The search for legal employment, whether you are a student or a graduate, can be complex and frustrating. The Career Services Office exists to help you with this search. While we can’t find a job for you, we strive to bring together the resources, programs, strategies, and information that you will need in conducting a successful job search.
Handouts and in-depth guides covering the major areas of concern for most job seekers are available on this website. This is just enough to get you started on the right track. There is no replacement for one-on-one counseling.
Many jobs are filled through networking and referrals, but regardless of how the process begins, eventually someone will ask for your job application materials. You need to be ready. The main purpose of the application materials is to get you in the door. To do this effectively, they must offer clear, concise and error-free information. Learn More
It is essential to be professional if you want to be successful, but what does “being a professional” mean? It could mean dressing the part at work, or it could mean performing well at your job. It could also mean attaining professional degrees or other certifications. Professionalism includes all of these things and even more. Learn More