Career Services welcomes you as a partner and campus citizen. We endorse the total development of our students and alumni.
Our role of helping students and alumni prepare for their life after their academic pursuits at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is critical. Our mission is to increase the career management skills of our students and alumni while encouraging supportive interactions between our office, employers, university units, students and alumni.
We are here for support and collaboration. Please take advantage of our services!
Career Services staff is available for presentations to campus groups (including classes and student organizations) and community organizations on a wide variety of career planning and job hunting topics.
- UM-Dearborn faculty, staff, student organizations, employers, and community groups may request a Career Services workshop
- Presentations include: What Can I Do With A Major In?", Resume Writing, Interview Preparation, Job Search Strategies, Workforce Trends, Choosing a Major or Career, Portfolios for Business or Liberal Arts Majors, or something customized to meet your specific needs.
- You will be contacted within a few days to discuss your program request.
- Workshops are designed to be 30-50 minutes long.
- Please keep in mind that Career Services follows the academic calendar of University of Michigan-Dearborn and will be closed during school holidays and breaks.
If you have any concerns or questions while completing this form, please call Career Services 313-593-5020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make good referrals, it is important to understand the nature of the services provided in Career Services.
- Refer a student or alumni to us for individual career counseling to discuss career options, employment preparation session, or to get information about our Career Planning class.
- Career Services can help students in all stages of the career planning and decision-making process. However, the assistance provided by career counselors is different from that provided by academic advisors.
- Career counselors can help a student choose among educational and career options. Such career decisions may involve self-assessment activities and identifying resources that are useful in the decision-making process.
- Career counselors are likely to be useful in helping the student look at the big picture of his/her career, while an academic advisor would probably be more effective in helping the student select specific courses to meet academic requirements.
- You may refer a student who has needs for individual career counseling. Students may stop by or contact Career Services to schedule an individual counseling appointment.
Job postings are listed on the Career Services website. The off-campus job opportunities listed on our website are both part-time and full-time, and they range from jobs not requiring a degree to jobs requiring advanced degrees with experience.
- Post Off-Campus Positions: When employers contact your department with job opportunities for students and/or alumni, please refer them to Career Services. To post a position on our web site, visit Career Connections.
- For On-Campus Positions, contact Human Resources at 313-593-5190
- To schedule a recruiting day on campus OR to inquire about participating in a Career Fair, contact Mai Qazzaz, 313-593-5020
Employers attend Career Fairs to recruit candidates for full-time, part-time, and co-op positions. These career fairs are a perfect way for UM-Dearborn students to start their job campaigns. During the events, students distribute their resume, meet recruiters, investigate various careers, and hone their interviewing skills.
Information about upcoming Career Fairs will be posted on the Career Services Events Page
- Individual Career Planning: Career Services counselors are available to discuss career options, job search and interviewing techniques, review salary offers, and discuss career related concerns or issues.
- Career Exploration and Planning: Focus is a computerized career and education planning program used to identify skills, abilities, career interests, and specific information regarding job categories. The Exploratory Studies 102, Career Planning is a one-credit hour course assisting students in utilizing strategies to chose a major, decide on a career, and practice effective job search strategies.