All students can find tools for choosing a major, career path, or student employment via workshops and advising from the UCC. Students in the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Education, and Social Welfare can receive additional job and internship advising.
Business students can find jobs that fit their interests and academic backgrounds through an aggressive external marketing effort and a comprehensive internal preparation program.
This four-year career development program begins with freshmen taking a free interest inventory and personality assessment to help them explore and evaluate various roles in engineering fields.
The Journalism Career Center can help students at any stage in their college career, whether you're ready to enter the job market or just beginning to explore the possibilities of print or broadcast journalism.
The University of Kansas School of Music offers a complementary Career Services Center to assist music students with career preparation. The Career Services Center offers career guidance, job and internship listings, and regular interaction between students and potential employers and School of Music alums.