Qualified career counselors help:
refocus on what’s important and zoom out on what isn’t, accurately assess skills and potential, clarify values and goals & match work with core values.
Career Services Clearance RequirementsFor Graduating Seniors Only
All graduating seniors must have a profile (including resume) completed on
If you have received one of the following (OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT or OFFER OF GRAD SCHOOL ACCEPTANCE), you DO NOT NEED TO COMPLETE ITEM 4 BELOW), YOU ONLY NEED TO COMPLETE ITEMS 1 AND 2 ABOVE AND EMAIL A COPY OF EITHER YOUR ACCEPTANCE OR EMPLOYMENT LETTER TO firstname.lastname@example.org.
A NEW Offer Letter of Employment for a career AFTER graduation
If you can produce an Official Offer Letter indicating an offer of employment, the title of the position, the salary and start date from your future employer, the offer letter will serve as the waiver for the modules. Student can then obtain a clearance signature and not have to attend professional development modules. This also applies to those who will be commissioned for the Army. (Graduates in the Extended Studies program who are already employed, please send an email with your place of employment and position title only This serves as an exemption from attending the professional development workshops noted in Item 4.)
An Acceptance Letter to attend Graduate School
If you can produce an Official Acceptance Letter indicating an acceptance, the name of the program, and intended enrollment date/semester from your university of choice, the offer letter will serve as the waiver for the modules. Student can then obtain a clearance signature and not have to attend professional development modules.
In the absence of secured employment or graduate school acceptance, student must have attended two professional development workshops / sessions / events during Senior year. This can include a combination of any TWO of the sessions as noted:
Career Fairs (SAU, HBCU CDM, CIAA, ENCCA)
Graduate School Fair
Workshop Series session during Fall or Spring Semester
Seminars hosted by Career Services Center
Internship Symposium during Fall or Spring Semester