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  • Meet with your career counselor to update your career plan
  • Update your professional documents such as resume, cover letter, LinkedIn profile to apply for internships or research opportunities
  • Obtain practical/internship experience
  • Meet with your faculty advisor to receive academic guidance, explore research opportunities, and discuss academic and career plans
  • Continue to network with professionals using LinkedIn and alumni gatherings
  • Maintain involvement in extracurricular activities and take on a leadership role
  • Update your resume
  • Attend on-campus and off-campus career fairs
  • Participate in career-related workshops and presentations sponsored by the Center for Career Development
  • If you are planning to attend graduate school:
  • Meet with your career counselor to update your career plan
  • Obtain additional practical/internship experience
  • Meet with your faculty advisor to receive academic guidance, explore research opportunities, and discuss academic and career plans
  • Update your resume
  • Attend on-campus and off-campus career fairs
  • Continue to expand your professional network
  • Practice interviewing with a mock interview or use Big Interview
  • If you are planning to attend graduate school:
    • Complete applications and prepare for interviews
  • Secure employment or graduate/professional school acceptance
  • Report your post-graduation plans to The Center for Career Development