Career Advising

Meet with someone in the Career Services Center to gain knowledge and confidence in preparing for a career.  

 

Resume / Cover Letter Critiques

Often résumés and cover letters are a first impression. Their purpose is to help the candidate land an interview and introduce the candidate to the company. These items must spark interest to differentiate one résumé and cover letter from the competition.

 

Mock Interviews / Interview Stream

These tools help students practice interview skills and enhance their responses and anticipation of interview questions.  Personal, telephone, and online interviews are covered.  These skills will also help students convey or sell to the employer why the student should be hired.

 

Etiquette

Etiquette is an essential part of professional success.  Dining and professional communication etiquette are skills taught by the Career Services Center.

 

Networking

The Career Services Center gives students the opportunity to network at several events including the Student Success Seminars, Career Fairs, information sessions, campus visits from companies, and various field trips.

 

Career Fairs

Held on the Shelton State Campus, the annual career fair features numerous area businesses.  Career Fairs introduce job seekers to employers.



The Career Center can help you with any of the above services.  
Please contact the Career Services Center: 
ahenderson@sheltonstate.edu
205.391.2204