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Career Services Designed for Alumni

Making a move in your career? Preparing to continue your education? Looking to network with fellow professionals? We can help!

The Center for Career Services and Education is here to support you throughout your career — whether that is updating your CV, exploring a whole new career path or somewhere in between. 

We believe in the power of life-long learning. To be a truly successful professional, actively enhancing your skills and learning new ones ensures that you are staying at the top of your game in your field, while staying sharp and relevant in the current job market.

Available Alumni Services

University alumni are invited to use the tools, resources and services offered by the center, including but not limited to: 


Before an employer meets you in person, they meet you on paper. A strong cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae are essential to making a lasting first impression. We can help you develop a new CV or resume or provide insights and recommendations on an existing one.


Congratulations on landing that interview! Now it is time to keep that momentum going. If you are new to the interview process or it has been a while since your last interview, the center can help you prepare with tips, mock interviews and etiquette tricks.


Our team is here to help guide you in the right direction of where to look for jobs and opportunities to connect with potential employers. 


The University provides a variety of professional development opportunities on campus, online and throughout the region, through accredited continuing education opportunities.


Take advantage of career coaching tailored to your specific needs by working one-on-one with a career coach and connecting you to professional development opportunities.

Headshot of University Leadership Team member Isaac Butler
Students and alumni can expect a warm, open and inviting place where it’s safe to not know all the answers. We want to communicate to our UHSP community that the center is here to help them become skilled communicators and self-advocates to attain a career they really enjoy.
Isaac Butler, Pharm.D., MBA, CDFT
Vice President for Campus Life and Chief Diversity Officer

ready to learn more?

Contact the Center for Career Services and Education for more information on available services or to schedule an appointment with a representative.