Services for Students
Visit Career Services in Muntz 125 (across from the bookstore):
- Career Assessments
- Career Counseling
- Company Research
- Cover Letter Assistance
- Dress for Success
- Interviewing Tips
- Job Search Techniques & Resources
- Job Search & Resume Posting Website
- Major & Career Research Resources
- Mock Interviews
- Networking Ideas
- Resume Help & Critique
- What you should do NOW to get a job LATER
College Central Network
These services are available to students, alumni and employers.
Approved employers may post jobs and search résumés.
Available services, help guides and announcements of interest can be accessed through icons on the site. All services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Click CCN to access the job and resume posting website.
UCBA Career Development Specialist, Tresha Lewis helps students find job opportunities.
UCBA Career Counselor, Carly Dennis discusses how Career Services help students succeed.
To learn more about Résumés, Cover Letters, Interviewing & Job Search Strategies
Part of your success in college lies in your ability to determine what it is you want to do after college – in other words, identify your career goal.
The college offers career counseling to help you assess your interests, skills, personality traits and values to begin the process of clarifying your career direction. We can assist you in finding a match for your personal traits with the job market demands through individual counseling, career assessments and a career decision making course (INTR 1003).
Once your career goal is identified, we can help you figure out what you need to do while in college to be highly sought after by employers.
Career Services is your connection to exploring internship, volunteer, full-time, part-time and seasonal positions. You can discuss the mechanics of resume writing, have your resume critiqued, discern how to give your best interview, participate in a mock interview, and discover strategies for conducting an effective job search. Students and employers exchange information on the office's job and resume posting website: www.collegecentral.com/ucba where you may post your resume for employers' consideration as well as review and apply for job listings posted by employers.
In addition to the individual assistance, Drop-In Day and Walk-in-Week programs, a Career & Job Fair is offered each semester, and a Virtual Career Fair is offered once a year. These are excellent opportunities for you to network with employers, discuss job openings and get valuable information about possible career paths within your field of study.
Schedule an appointment with the career development specialist,
Tresha Lewis: call (513) 745-5671 or stop in Career Services, Muntz Hall 125 (across from the bookstore).
FOCUS... on your future!
FOCUS is an online, self-guided program that will help you explore and make decisions about your career goals and your major areas of study. Use FOCUS to help you choose a career path, change a career path, or to confirm your preferences toward a certain career field.
What are the benefits of using career planning systems like FOCUS?
Career planning helps students become more motivated and goal focused. Students who are invested in career planning will be more likely to have high academic achievement, fewer transfers and switching of majors, and graduate on time. In the future, students will likely have a higher sense of satisfaction related to their chosen career field.
Complete the following:
Career Readiness: Academic Strengths, Career Planning Status and Personal Development Needs. Self Assessment: Work Interest, Skills and Values Assessments. Review the results and occupational matches for the individual and combined assessments. Save all occupations that seem interesting to you.
Schedule an appointment with the career counselor, Carly Dennis: call (513) 745-5671 or stop in Career Services, Muntz Hall 125 (across from the bookstore).