Resources for Faculty
Partner With Us
Career Consultants are assigned to each major and are available to consult with you on classroom presentations, engagement opportunities with employers, mock interviews and other opportunities for your students. Find the Career Consultant assigned to your major here.
Share Resources With Students
The Career Center offers a variety of career-related programs, events, and appointments. Learn more below or contact a Career Consultant for additional details.
- Resources for Undecided Students
- Information on Resumes & Cover Letters
- Job and Internship postings on Handshake
- Internship Guarantee & Internship Prep Program
Encourage your students to schedule an appointment with the Career Center or visit during walk-in hours today.
Request a Presentation
Don’t cancel that class! Career Center staff are available to present to your students on a variety of career topics. From resumes to networking and from first-year students to seniors, we have you covered. Complete this form to request a presentation today.
For many students, faculty play an important mentoring role when it comes to their job search process. The National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE) provides the Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring as a resource to answer questions around this topic. As always, contact the Career Center with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-383-4473.
The University Counseling Center provides important information for the entire campus community about working with students who are experiencing personal or academic difficulties. Learn more about strategies and resources here.
Get your questions answered about regulations surrounding credit-bearing internships and how your department can engage with our Internship Team. Learn more here.