Career Resources 

Columns CareerLink allows you to access current openings for jobs and internships and to register for events. You will also have access to sample career-related documents, articles, and more!
Note: Students can click " Forgot Your Password? " to have their password information sent to their Westminster email address.
 

FOCUS 2 guides students through a reliable career and education decision making model to help them choose their major and make informed decisions about their career. FOCUS 2 combines 5 self-assessments, career and major exploration, action planning and decision making in one comprehensive product. 
Note: Students can go to the Career Services tab in MyWC to obtain the Access Code and access Focus2.
 
Going Global includes world-wide job openings, internship listing, industry profiles and country-specific career and employment information. More than 80,000 pages of constantly-updated content is included on topics such as: work permits/visa regulations, résumé/CV writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups and cultural/interviewing advice.
Note:  Students can go to the Career Services tab in MyWC to access Going Global.
 
Career Athletes is the premium destination for current/alumni student-athletes, athletic departments, and business organizations seeking to create professional connections. Our mission is to provide our members with an educational, opportunistic, and interactive community ensuring these connections can be made quickly and effectively.
 
Out for Work
OUT for Work functions as a complimentary component in the total educational experience of LGBT students, primarily in the development, evaluation, initiation and implementation of career plans and opportunities. OFW’s programs, resources, and services provide assistance to students in the cultivation and enhancement of skills to explore career options, master search techniques and strategies and research employment opportunities.
 
Interfolio has been the best way to collect, manage, and showcase academic and professional credentials for applications to positions in higher education, post-graduate study, and other opportunities. It offers individuals one central place to store their most important documents, while also providing the means to distribute these materials to any institution.
Note: Students can contact Career Development for "Special Offer Code."
 

Career Insider is the largest most comprehensive online career resource available. Register now to access downloadable Career Guides, employer profiles and rankings, discussion boards, industry blogs and news covering the latest trends and issues, diversity, green programs and leadership development profiles, and Vault's job board, which matches employers and recruiters with top talent (that's you.).
 
Access Glassdoor Job Search

Glassdoor empowers students with valuable information. It's the best resource for students making one of the biggest decisions of their early careers.
*  Set salary expectations. Get a raise. Research employee salary, bonus, and compensation details.
*  Prepare for interviews. Read process details and actual interview questions asked of other job candidates.
*  Research company culture. Assess overall fit and identify potential concerns by reading detailed employee reviews.
*  Most importantly ... Get Hired! Search millions of jobs. Set up job alerts to get the newest jobs emailed to you as you'd like.

 

Job Choices   provides job-search advice for new college grads. Find resume samples, interview tips, information on what employers want, and how to market yourself.
 
CareerRookie.com
CareerRookie.com connects students and recent graduates seeking internships, part-time jobs and entry-level positions with the nation’s top employers. Users can also post resumes, get the latest news on companies and industries, sign up for automatic job alerts, view local career fairs and tap into advice on everything from writing resumes to on-the-job success – all from an entry-level point of view.
 
 
The ARTHUR Library Catalog has over 200 books listed which are located in the Richard Career Resource Center. Information can be found on resume/cover letter writing, interviewing, internships, job searching, industry/company information, occupational information, graduate/professional school, graduate admission test preparation materials, and how to pay for graduate school.
Note: Students can check out most of the books in the Richard Career Resource Center.
 
Questions? Contact us at CareerSrv@westminster-mo.edu or 573-592-5381.