A great way to get in-depth and personalized advice on your job search is to make an appointment for career counseling. Students and recent alumni can discuss career decision-making and job search strategies, get feedback on resumes and cover letters, conduct a mock interview, evaluate a job offer, or learn more about the career resources available to you at the School of Public Health. Interested in additional opportunities to develop your professional skills? Michelle Quigley or Tariem Burroughs are available for individual appointments to assist you with the following topics:
- Job search strategy
- Resume and cover letter reviews
- Informational or formal interviews
- Applying to graduate school
- Salary negotiations
- Alumni connections
- Career planning
Steinbright Career Development Center
Public health is a broad field, and you want to discover the area that’s the best fit for you. Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) provides tools for you to help evaluate your personality, interests, skills, and values as they relate to your career choices. Explore their resources on career assessments, career planning, and career guides, or schedule a career counseling appointment for more information.
Learning about your strengths, skills, interests, and values can help you form goals for your education, career, or life. Explore these free resources for additional self-assessment tools targeting skills, interests, or values.