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Isenberg Chase Career Center

Along with the general Career Center at UMass, many academic colleges have a “career center,” such as the Chase Career Center (pictured above) that represents the Isenberg School of ManagementAs stated on their website, the mission of the Chase Career Center is “to help Isenberg students discover and build a well-thought-out career plan that will allow them to develop the essential skills and insights to launching their optimal career path.” Regular events hosted or set up by career centers include career fairs, networking events with alumni, employer presentations, and a full year of on campus recruiting activity. They also serve to help students with internships, résumés, cover letters and interview skills.

 

As young adults that are enrolled as full-time students, it can be difficult to remember to schedule time for building our young careers. Or to even know how to start building said career. That’s what the career centers are for. Setting up appointments are always super easy. Look up appointment times online, find one that works for you, and select from a number of options of things the career center can do for you.

 

Whether you need to practice your interview skills, get your résumé reviewed to make sure it catches an employer's attention, discuss internships, or just get general advice specific to you, individuals that care about your success are always there to help you.

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