It is never too early to start planning for life after graduate school. Whether you need guidance on finding job opportunities or would like assistance with preparing job application materials, K-State’s Career Center is here to support your career development.
Some of their services include:
- Job search training
- Career advising
- Employer connections
- CV critique
- Mock interviews
- Space for conducting video or phone interviews
- Career closet
- Free professional portraits
- Career fairs
- Career development workshops
Visit the Career Center website to learn more about their services, resources, and events.
Meet with a Career Advisor
Currently enrolled graduate students can request free appointments with a Career Center advisor to discuss career planning, have application materials critiqued, prepare for interviews, and more. Visit the Career Center appointment site to schedule an appointment in person at the Berney Family Welcome Center or to schedule a video or telephone consultation.
In addition to meeting with an advisor in the Berney Family Welcome Center, graduate students may schedule an appointment with Andrew Kohls in 312 Eisenhower Hall from 9:00-11:00 a.m. every other Thursday during the fall 2017 semester. View the calendar for dates when Career Center counseling is available in 312 Eisenhower. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Andrew during his Thursday satellite hours in Eisenhower Hall, please email Andrew at least 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment.