Your UMUC Career Services team will host Career Week 2017 from May 22 – 25 to help students and alumni prepare for their job search. A variety of career webinars are scheduled to take place throughout the week. Follow the links provided to learn more about each webinar and to register!
Did you know, UMUC students and alumni have exclusive access to a variety of online career tools that can assist in your job search and career development? You might already know that UMUC Career Services offers career advising appointments, hosts employer recruiting sessions, and presents informational webinars, but here are the self-service tools housed within UMUC’s CareerQuest job portal.
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) students lead multifaceted lives juggling numerous priorities in locations all over the world. InternPLUS is UMUC’s newest career initiative designed to help our students obtain “resume-able” experience. Recent research suggests that employers prefer students to have both education AND experience in order to be competitive for employment after graduation, and InternPLUS was designed to help you gain that experience.
A career in the federal government can be very rewarding. However, the process for obtaining a position can be more extensive. Here are some tips to assist you with writing a great federal resume.
As a job seeker you may have come across a job that looks like a great fit. You meet all of the requirements, except one. You do not have a U.S. security clearance. What should you do? Many job seekers believe that they can just pay for a security clearance themselves or that the one that they had previously is still active. Below are some common myths that job seekers believe about security clearances.
If you haven’t been on CareerQuest lately, then you haven’t been on CareerQuest!
Recently, UMUC launched a new and improved CareerQuest platform to give you a one-stop shop of all your career resources at your fingertips. CareerQuest will now allow you to:
Transitioning out of the military can be both scary and exciting, and is often overwhelming. I recently conducted a webinar to help simplify the career-related aspects of this into simple action steps so that you know what to do and when to do it. The webinar gives more details, but here are some of the highlights: