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Career Services at Humphreys University offers one-on-one meetings with students to help students evaluate and improve self-understanding, knowledge of the work world, and decision making skills.
It’s our goal to get you started on your career by giving you all the tools and resources you need. Our career counselors view career decision making as an on-going “life-planning” process, rather than a one-time choice. By integrating the results of a variety of assessment tools, they can also help you find ways to implement career choices and to facilitate adjustment to work and educational environments.
Career counseling is available to all current full-time students (who have attended for at least three quarters) and recent alumni (within six months of graduation). All career counseling services are confidential.
What we do
Learn the student’s skills, interests, and personality and how they relate to career possibilities.
Increase the student’s knowledge of the job search process.
Provide resume samples to assist in the creation of an effective resume.
Work on creating greater confidence in interviewing skills.
Work with the student to write an effective personal statement.
Explain the process of applying to graduate and/or professional schools.
We have created a playlist of videos with important information for job seekers.
Meet the Career Services Team
Tite: Director of Admissions
Phone: (209) 478-0800
Title: Admissions & Career Counselor
Phone: (209) 543-9411
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