My Path 

Request learning modules on a variety of career development topics relevant to your path. 
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You are also invited to send quick questions to our Director of Alumni Advising and Development at tammy.halstead@fandm.edu.

 

Financing My Future

Financial literacy is a life skill that impacts many facets of your life and career.   Our Career Advisers can help you develop this important acumen.  Request the “Financing my Future” Resource Package for content related to these topics. You can also schedule an advising appointment here. ​

Loan repayment

Financing grad school

Budgeting and investing

 

Advancing In My Career 

Are you looking to branch out of your current field or plan to build professional connections in a new geographic location? Are you contemplating your next career move or considering asking for a promotion?  Our Career Advisers will support your next step, from reviewing negotiation techniques to developing your professional branding.  Request the “Advancing in my Career” Resource Package for content related to these topics. You can also schedule an advising appointment here

Accepting an offer/negotiation

Using LinkedIn

Career exploration

Networking and building relationships

Wellness

Professional branding

 

Considering Grad School 

This important decision requires reflection, assessment, and resources.  You may wonder when (or whether) you should go back, how to select the right programs for you, how to navigate the overall process, and how to finance your education.  Career Advisers at the Office of Student & Post-Graduate Development can help.  Request the “Considering Grad School” Resource Package for content related to these topics. You can also schedule an advising appointment here

Timeline

Now or later?

Identifying programs

Financing

Asking for recommendations

 

 

Looking for Employment 

Register for the Employment Search Intensive (ESI) program, a 4-week cohort-based online course starting at the end of June.

Navigating the job market takes time and effort, whether you’re seeking your first job out of college or a more seasoned position in your field. Our Career Advisers can help guide you through the essential steps of a job search process, including exploration, networking and relationship building, running an effective search, resume writing, preparing for an interview, and more.  Request the “Looking for Employment” Resource Package for content related to these topics. You can also schedule an advising appointment here. ​

Assessment and exploration

Effective job search strategies

Networking and building relationships

Using LinkedIn

Interviewing

Resumes and cover letters

Wellness