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Many students benefit from one-on-one appointments with our skilled Professional Pathways staff. The appropriate staff member can help you with resume and cover letter reviews, building interview skills, job search information, salary negotiation, assessing career options, available internships or volunteer opportunities, and so much more! See below for more information to determine the correct Professional Pathways staff for your next appointment!

To Schedule an Appointment, please access Handshake in the Student Portal (also known as WolfLink).

Adry Clark, Director of SLCD

Adry Clark, Director and Career Counselor

Career Assessments, Career Counseling, Choosing a Major, Graduate School Counseling

Career Counseling

1 Hour: Meet with a career counselor to explore major and career options and strategies.

Career Assessments

1 Hour: Learn about how your skills and interests can be translated into your career. We offer MBTI, StrengthsQuest and Strong Interest Inventory.

Graduate School Counseling

1 Hour: Clarify graduate school interests and gain the knowledge of how to start on your path towards grad school.

Mock Interviews

30 minutes / 1 Hour: Practice your interviewing skills and prepare for your interview.
Please include information about the position you are interviewing for when setting up the appointment via Handshake.

Presentation

We offer a variety of presentations to meet the needs of you and your students for varying lengths of time.

*See Types of Presentations at the bottom of the page

Jennifer Hansen

Jennifer Hansen, Career Development Coordinator

Advanced Resume Review, Advanced Cover Letter Review, Graduate School Search and Applications, Job Search Advising, Mock Interviews

Advanced Resume and Cover Letter Review

30 minutes (per Resume or Cover Letter): If you have a specialty resume, or if you need assistance on writing and tailoring a cover letter to specific opportunities, schedule an in-depth Resume or Cover Letter Review.

Job Search Advising

30 minutes: Identify job search goals and develop skills and strategies for landing a job aligned with your major and/or interests.

Mock Interviews

30 minutes / 1 Hour: Practice your interviewing skills and prepare for your interview.

Please include information about the position you are interviewing for when setting up the appointment via Handshake.

Graduate School Search and Application Materials

1 Hour: Assistance on how to develop application materials, such as personal statements. Help with searching for Graduate Schools in your chosen field of study.

Justin Sunada, Assistant Director, Experiential Learning

AB Advising, Internship Advising (includes Resume/Cover Letter reviews and Internship search), Mock Interviews, Volunteer Advising.

Internship Advising

30 minutes: Identify internship goals and options and learn strategies for landing internships. Appointment time can be used for resume and cover letter reviews as well as mock interviews.

Alternative Break Advising

30 minutes: Appointments for participants, or interested participants/team leaders, in WOU’s Alternative Break program.

Click here to learn more about the program.

Volunteer Advising

30 minutes: Identify how to engage in volunteer experiences, both on and off campus, that impact your education, career and the community.  

Presentation

We offer a variety of presentations to meet the needs of you and your students for varying lengths of time.

*See Types of Presentations at the bottom of the page

Types of Presentations

Overview of CPP: 30 min
WolfLink/Handshake Tutorial: 15 min
General Career Exploration: 30 min
Interviewing Skills: 45-60 min
Internships: 30-45 min
Networking: 45 min
Strong Interest Inventory: 60 min
Professional Dress: 30-45 min
Myers Briggs Type Indicator: 60 min
Writing an Effective Resume/Cover Letter: 50 min
Using Social Media in Your Job Search: 45 min
Job Offers and Salary/Benefits Negotiation: 45 min

To Schedule a Presentation, please Submit a Request.

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