Career Development and Engagement
Career Counseling Services:
The Office of Career Development and Engagement offers a variety of services to assist students in exploring their career interests, designing effective career strategies, and in identifying the resources, people, and organizations that will assist in their selection of a major and ultimately their transition into the workforce.
Individual consulting appointments are available to students to discuss career interest, self-assessment resources, job search strategies, interviewing issues, and internship information. Bring your resume for critiquing, review cover letters, and discuss interviewing issues. This is also a good way to find out about all of the exciting programs, services, and upcoming events available through the Office of Career Development and Engagement.
Non-Business Majors (STEM), Humanities & Social Sciences Career Development and Engagement - Ms. Bridget Baggett, Mays Hall, Suite 200, 470-639-0723, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Campus Career Services Resources:
Business Majors see: Career Planning and Placement for Business Majors, Mr. Douglas Cooper, Leadership Center room 222, email@example.com 470-639-0370
Office of Health Careers Sinead Younge, Ph.D firstname.lastname@example.org 470-639-0360
Dual Degree Engineering Majors, contact: The AUC Consortium, Inc. Dual Degree Engineering Program, 404-523-5148, 156 Mildred Street (next to the Clark Atlanta University (CAU) parking deck and behind the CAU Henderson Student Center, Letia Wyatt, email@example.com
AUCC Career Planning & Placement Service (for information on the AUCC Career Fair, AUCC Grad School Fair, Information Sessions, and Interview Schedules), 156 Mildred Street, 404-523-5148, firstname.lastname@example.org