Career Services

Are you looking for a job after earning your degree? Undecided about your major or career? We can help! 

Kent State Geauga and the Twinsburg 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. 

Meet with a Career Counselor to Discuss Your Career Path

Appointments can be made by calling 440-834-4187 at the Geauga Campus in Burton or 330-888-6400 at the Twinsburg Academic Center.

Resources for Getting Started

Kent State University Career Resources:

The FOCUS 2 Assessment: This assessment helps you take a closer look at your skills, interests, and values. Once you complete the assessment, meet with a career advisor to review your results or review the information below on your own. 

Job Search Engines:

Other Useful Information:

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Learn about occupations including responsibilities, salaries, education required, and employment outlook

  • Career One Stop: Explore careers, salary and benefits, training required, and employment seeker services by state

  • O*Net: Quick search tool for Ohio employment data and more

  • Ohio In-Demand Careers: Learn about growing fields in the state of Ohio

Talk with faculty, family, and professionals

  • Find out what a career is really like by speaking to someone in the field.

  • Review the informational interviewing questions to ask and the list of possible people in your network to speak with.

  • Talk with your professors who have a wealth of knowledge about their career fields. 

  • Chat with family members about their work experiences:   

    • How they selected their careers

    • What they find rewarding/challenging

    • What skills they utilize

    • What their long-term goals are