Career Services – Students

Attorney Mentoring

The Career Services Office pairs 1st year law students with local and national legal and business professionals that help guide students, answer questions and provide practical advice.

Career Development Programming

The Career Services Office offers programming to enhance professional development by providing presentations, panel discussions, networking opportunities, mock interviews, mentoring, information fairs and much more

On Campus Recruitment Program

Each semester, the Career Services Office identifies internship and externship opportunities and provides them to students through the On Campus Recruitment Program.

Individualized Career Counseling

The Career Services team provides one-on-one career counseling sessions to address any questions or concerns of students and alumni. We offer one-on-one personal counseling for interview techniques, job search strategy, resume & cover letter editing, and many other relevant topics to help prepare students and alumni for the job market.

Pro Bono Recognition Program

The Career Services Office understands the value of community service. The Career Services Office is committed to providing students with opportunities to use their legal skills to help underserved communities and populations. Students who participate in this program will be recognized for their work.

Career Services Office Bulletin Board and Online Portal

Every other week an electronic bulletin is emailed to students and faculty that provides details of programming for the month. In the Career Services Office area of the administration building there are a variety of resources which include: guides, job postings, conferences, scholarships, internal/external events, job fair information and more. Pertinent materials are shared on topics such as “how to write a resume and cover letter,” “how to prepare for a job interview,” or “how to conduct an out of town job search.” Information is also provided to students online through the portal and symplicity.

Job Postings

Career Services uses symplicity, an online career service management tool, to provide new job opportunities, participate in and signup for Career Services Office programming and events, review resources in the document library and apply for on-campus recruitment.