Developing a satisfying and rewarding career is a significant challenge. Experiential Learning and Career Management (ELCM) offers a variety of Career Tests and Assessments to help you explore who you are and how your skills, interests, and experiences relate to the world of work and Millersville University. Once you have identified a major, learn what you can do with the major by exploring resources available at Career Exploration web page. As you meet with your career counselor you will develop action steps for your Four Year Career Plan.
MU Career Connection is a dynamic career managment platform and job database listing full-time and part-time employment opportunities, as well as details on internships, summer and seasonal employment.
There are many other websites available that help students identify possible employment opportunities. Visit these Employment and Web Resources as additional resources to assist you as you look for employment after graduation.
Developing effective resumes and cover letters is an important part of marketing yourself to employers. Our Resumes and Letters web page will guide you as you create your professional brand and present your qualifications and skills.
Experiential Learning and Career Management can help you practice and improve your interviewing skills. Click on the Interviewing link to learn more about basic types of interviews and interview do's and don'ts. Also view the Career Advice Videos, for guidance and examples of how to present yourself most effectively in your job search.
Networking is also an important component of learning what employers are looking for in job applicants. Visit the Networking and Resources page to learn how to effectively build your network.
Experiential Learning and Career Management is here to assist you as you consider enrolling in graduate school or professional school. The Graduate School page directs you to resources to find graduate programs in your field of interest and information on graduate admission tests and online practice tests.
As you navigate your way through the application process, a career coach can help you clarify your reasons for considering graduate study, research programs consistent with your career goals, improve and revise your application essays, prepare for your successful graduate school interviews.