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Your career development starts with discovering your passions as you gain new skills and experiences, beginning with your first classes freshman year. Russ College graduates are in high demand, and with many employers recruiting in the fall for positions starting after graduation in the spring, it’s never too early to start planning your career path.
Your curriculum includes our Career Orientation course on resume writing, interviewing strategies, career fair success, networking and using LinkedIn, job search tips, and job offers and salary negotiation. We also offer workshops at the start of each semester on resume building and interviewing.
Here are some tips on how to explore career development throughout your college career:
FIRST YEAR: Self-Exploration
SECOND YEAR: Connections
Sophomore year is critical for locating a co-op, getting involved with faculty research, and applying for PACE positions.
THIRD YEAR: Experience
FOURTH YEAR: Launching