SEARCH KENT STATE
Kent State Geauga and the Regional Academic Center Career Services can help by providing valuable information, advice, and resources about choosing a major and finding a job.
Exploratory or undecided-major students are encouraged to visit a career advisor for assistance in choosing a career before they are blocked from class registration by the 45-Hour Credit Policy.
Appointments can be made by calling 440-834-4187 at the Geauga Campus in Burton or 330-888-6400 at the Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg.
Good Resources for Getting Started:
Kent State University Career Resources:
Job Search Engines
Other Useful Information:
Talk with faculty, family, and Professionals