Assessments are a valuable tool to use when deciding what major or career path you might go down. We have several different options available for students and alumni that can help you identify a career that is right for you. Schedule an appointment with Career Development today at email@example.com.
Resumes and Cover Letters give employers a quick snapshot of who you are and your qualifications for the job. Your job in creating your resume is to highlight specific jobs and experiences you have had in order to secure a job interview. Because resumes are the first look employers have at who you are, they need to be carefully written and critiqued. In Career Development we can help you create your first resume or edit an existing resume. We can meet in person, via the phone, or through email. Schedule an appointment today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
Connecting with fellow HIU students and alumni on LinkedIn is a great way to boost your career opportunities. Join our two LinkedIn Groups and stay up to date with current issues and trends in the job market:
There is lots of information out there that can help you better understand your career choices. By doing a little research you can develop a plan to help you succeed in your future goals.
HIU Job Portal:
Find job and internship postings from organizations looking to hire HIU students. Only available to current students and/or alumni of the university.
This comprehensive job search engine is a great way to begin your job search.
Similar to Indeed, however you can see LinkedIn connections on the individual job postings.
The job search engine for Non-Profit jobs and internships.
The job search engine for jobs in the field of education.
The job search engine for jobs at Christian Organizations, including churches, schools, and non-profits.
The job search engine for jobs at churches.
Internships and Volunteer Work:
The job search engine solely for internship opportunities.
Go Corps connects Christian young adults with opportunities to use their degrees overseas in a two year service program.
The preeminent international service organization in the United States, the Peace Corps currently serve in 140 countries, and have almost 7,000 volunteers.
Trying to find a grad school that’s right for you? This site can help you identify grad schools based on location, subject, specialty and format.
Petersen’s Education and Career Center:
Provides searches for graduate schools, studying abroad, summer programs, and additional resources for financial aid.
Kaplan Test Prep:
Take free practice tests for your graduate school exams, sign up for test prep courses, and learn about what you can expect come test day.
California Career Zone:
This free resource allows you to take personality and career assessments, explore career options by salary, and explore job families (all information pertains to jobs within California).
What Can I do with this Major?
Explore your career options based on the major you have chosen. Or, not sure what major to choose, explore these majors and see what you can do with that major!
Provides you various ways to research jobs or find careers based on different criteria.
Learn How to Become:
Research various job opportunities and find out what you need to do in order to become that. Includes education requirements, salary information, and schools with necessary majors, etc…