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Career Services Center

261 Schwartz Center
330-672-2360

Job Postings & Employers
cscjobs@kent.edu

KSU Student Employment
campusworks@kent.edu

General Questions
career@kent.edu


Hours

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call for an Appointment


Drop-In Career Counseling

Monday - Friday
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. & 2 - 4 p.m.

 

 

Career Presentation Topics

Presentation Title/Topic
Description
Career/Major Selection
Selecting a Major and Career Learn what to consider when selecting a career. We will begin the self-exploration process and give you a jump-start with selecting a major.
On-line Career Exploration Let us introduce your students to our online career planning tools: MyPlan, and Collage: A Kent State to Career Portfolio. These interactive web sites can support a student's career research and decision making, while also having some fun along the way.
Customized/Overview
 
Career Services Overview Find out about how our office helps students explore career options, find jobs, and test for credit. Find out more about what we do and how we can help!
Customized Presentations If you would like to plan a program, discuss other ideas, or modify any of these program topics to meet your group's needs, please contact the Career Services Center.
Graduate School
 
Graduate School Preparation Learn how to evaluate graduate school options and complete the application process.
Interviewing
 
Interview Do's and Don'ts Find out what to expect in an interview, how to best respond, and what not to do!
Survivor: The Interview Process Based on the television show Survivor, this interactive program encourages students to practice their interviewing skills, evaluate the effectiveness of their peers' answers, and learn about some of the secrets of professional interviewing. Not recommended for audiences smaller than 20.
Job/Internship Search
Basic Job Search Strategies Explore strategies for defining goals, targeting and researching employers, networking, and generating interviews ... and do it all with a positive attitude!
 Education Job Search Learn about the job search process for educators including resume writing, interviewing, and the benefits of attending Teacher Interview Day.
The Internship Advantage Many employers prefer hiring students who have relevant experience. Learn about the benefits of an internship and how to secure a GREAT one!
Job Searching in a Competitive Market Discover new tactics to enhance the more basic job search. Learn how to open doors to stand out from your competition for all the right reasons!
Networking: It's Easier Than You Think Demystify the networking process by understanding the art of making your contacts count!  Students will learn about how networking can help uncover their future career.
Using Your Online Presence to Get a Job Through the lenses of Facebook and LinkedIn, we'll discover how your web presence impacts your job search!
How to Obtain Federal Employment The federal government is the largest employer in the United States! Find out what jobs and internships are available and how to prepare to apply.
Resume/Cover Letters
 
Resume & Cover Letter Writing Employers initially spend less than 30 seconds on a resume. Learn how to get their attention by writing an effective resume and cover letter.