Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions of our office. However, if you cannot find the answer to your particular question, please do not hesitate to contact us – we are here to help! Call (254) 526-1106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Does the Career Services office "place" or "get" people jobs?
A: No. The office does not serve as an employment agency. The office helps you develop the "tools" (resumes, letters, job-searching, interviewing, etc.) so that you can find suitable employment.
Q: What are some of the services provided by Career Services?
A: Check out our "About Us" page for a list of our services.
Q: Do you offer federal resume assistance?
A: No. We can offer local or online and webinar resources about the federal resume writing process.
Q: I am nervous about going on a job interview, can the office help?
A: Yes. We can conduct a mock interview. Students should dress professionally, have a completed resume, and an have idea of the type of job for which they are interested in interviewing.
Q: I'm not sure what career I want to explore. Does the office provide any "tests" that might help me to decide?
A: Yes. The Career Services Office does provide the MyPlan Assessment to help you in exploring a career opportunity. Career counseling is available by appointment upon completion of the assessments.
Q: Do you provide academic counseling? What Degree Plan should I be on?
A: Academic counseling is handled by the Academic Advisors located in building 119. Visit their webpage for more information.
Q: Do you have any job postings?
A: Yes! You can register to use our online job board at College Central.com, sign up for on-campus interviews, begin networking with professional people, go to campus career fairs, start using Internet job resources, and initiate contact with employers who you wish to work for.
Q: Does the Career Center offer workshops on the services they provide?
A: Yes. Programs and workshops are available throughout the semester by contacting us (a 10-day notice is required).
Q: Do you have to be a student to take a typing test with your office? How much is the test? How long is the test? How many times can I take the test? Will I get a copy of the test? Where are you located?
A: No, Typing Tests are open to everyone at no charge. The typing test is 5 minutes. You may take the test as many times as you would like (within normal business hours). Yes, we will print a CERTIFIED copy of the test. We are located in Bldg. 118, Suite 6.