Career Services

The Hilbert Career Development Center has many services available to current students and alumni. We have an extensive collection of job, career and employer information, a computerized career guidance system, workshops, career assessment, and other career exploration and planning services to assist you.

Individual Career Counseling
Individual career counseling is available for Hilbert students and alumni seeking one-on-one assistance. Career testing, exploration of personality factors in career choice, assistance in gathering information about occupational areas of interest, resume review, and other related areas can be discussed. Individual career counseling is available by appointment.

Career Assessments
To clarify your interests, skills and values, you can take the Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory, which is offered by the Career Development Center. The inventory will help identify your interest patterns and specific occupations that are most compatible to you.

Remember that to find a satisfying career, you must make a good match between your interests and the demands of a job, and between your personality and a work environment.

Workshops and Programs
The CDC offers workshops in the fall and spring semesters on career-related topics, like resume and cover letter writing, Internet job search techniques and graduate school preparation. At our Professional Success Program, you can learn about networking techniques, dressing for success, job relocation, mealtime interviews, and more. We also hold an annual Career and Graduate School Information Fair and a spring job fair. Visit Upcoming Events for the latest schedule.

Job, Internship and Volunteer Listings
Current listings in all academic areas and related professional fields are available at the CDC. You'll find listings on the job placement bulletin board in the CDC or near 146 Bogel Hall. Full-time, part-time and summer employment opportunities are available, along with internship possibilities.

Career Library
In the Hilbert career library, you'll find resources to explore career fields, research companies, prepare for interviews, tailor your resume and cover letter, and the latest labor market data. Hilbert current students and alumni are welcome to use these resources.

Graduate School Guides
Explore Peterson's Guide to Graduate Schools, a comprehensive resource on accredited graduate programs across the country. Additional resources are also available in the career library as you search for the right graduate program for you.

Books and Directories
More than 100 books and directories are available on a variety of topics, like general career planning, interviewing and job hunting.

Career Computer Lab
Computer stations in the career computer lab offer access to bookmarked career and job Web sites to assist you with your search. You can even work on your resume at one of the computer stations.

The lab also serves as the campus site for our various career-related workshops on resume and cover letter writing, using the Internet for a job search, and graduate school preparation. A complete list of upcoming workshops can be found in Upcoming Events.

Credential File Referral
This is a free service in which your credentials are sent out upon request from employers or potential employers. To register for this service, you will need to fill out an information card and release form, as well as submit a resume and at least three references to the CDC.

Classroom Presentations
Faculty members can request to have the Career Development Center staff conduct a workshop specifically designed to meet your student’s needs. To make a request fill out the form which can be found here.