Virtual Career Center
Virtual Career Center
YOU & TU: Career and Student Development Make It Happen
NEW from the TU Career Development Office!
Need a resume? Want a cover letter? Feel like you should brush up on those interview skills? As a student at Tiffin University, we are excited to provide you with the OptimalResume online career services suite.
Career exploration is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, and to help you identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations.
Career exploration is not the same as job searching. Job searching is a short-term pursuit of a position that matches your financial and career goals. Career exploration is a progressive process of choosing education, training, and jobs that fit your interests and skills.
It is possible to quickly choose a career. But to find a career that's right for you, it is helpful to slow down, give it some thought, and take the time to get it right. This is useful whether you are choosing a career for the first time or changing careers for the thirty-first time.
Find some great tools and resources for exploring careers by clicking here.
You've decided on a career or a career area. Now what? Career planning is the next step in developing effective strategies to realize your goals. Your career probably is or will be a major part of your life. So the decisions you make about your career are very important.
Career planning is difficult. It is an activity that should be liberating and fulfilling. Career planning will provide goals for you to achieve in your current career or plans for beginning new career. Career planning is a rewarding and positive experience.
To access career planning tools click here.
Internship / Co-op Searching:
The academic internship program at Tiffin University is an experiential education opportunity that provides a link between the classroom and the workplace. It is an opportunity for the student to learn about her/his area of academic interest through practical experience.
In today's competitive job market, employers are looking for experience coupled with a college education. Internships allow the students to gain work experience through an academic relationship with the college and the employer. An internship can be a single semester or finite time period that may be paid or unpaid, and can be for academic credit.
Click here to begin searching.