Career Center

http://www.towson.edu/careercenter

7800 York Road, Ste. 206, 410-704-2233

The Career Center provides TU students with:

  • Supportive and encouraging experts who care about student success
  • Insight and empowerment to help students better understand who they are and where they want to go
  • A personalized job search plan that allows students to navigate the job search process with confidence
  • Connections to employers motivated to hire TU students for jobs and internships
  • An advantage over the competition with impressive interview skills, a strong resume and a polished professional image

The Career Center’s services include a career mentor database, a year-by-year career action plan, career assessments and one-on-one counseling, drop-in express hours, a computer lab, on-campus interviews, job fairs, Hire@TU job and internship postings, resume reviews and mock interviews, the GENL 121 course, resources to navigate the graduate school application process, LinkedIn photo booth, an information-packed website, and more.

Career Action Plan

A satisfying and rewarding career doesn’t happen overnight and is not necessarily the automatic outcome of a college education. Career development occurs gradually, throughout a person’s lifetime. It is the product of decisions made, ­knowledge acquired, experiences gained, and actions taken. The years associated with college are ones in which great strides in an individual’s career development usually take place.

http://www.towson.edu/careercenter/students/plan/index.html