Contact Sarasota-Manatee Campus Center for Career & Professional Development
Office: C 107
The Center for Career & Professional Development team is dedicated to guiding students through the stages of career decision-making and preparing students for employment or graduate school. We assist students with developing and implementing personalized career plans such as exploring and researching career interests, identifying career opportunities, and connecting with employers. You can schedule an appointment or just drop by C 107, access our online resources, and join us for Fairs and other programs on campus.
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) team assists employers with recruiting students, developing internship programs, and building a presence on campus.
Faculty, Advisors, & Staff
The Center for Career and Professional Development team is here to assist you with hiring students for Federal Work Study and on-campus jobs. Also, we support Faculty with occupational information and resources that will connect majors to career options. Finally, we offer the following class presentations –
- What Can I Do with this Major?
- Career Readiness Competencies
- Resume/CV Writing
- Job/Internship Search
- Interviewing Strategies
- Graduate School Planning
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