2-Year Career Plan

Start your Career journey today! There are certain steps that you; as an FAU transfer student, should take to help you kick start your Career journey. As a Transfer Student, we recognize that you may be at FAU for only two-years, this plan will help keep you on track with your career goals and help prepare you for job security upon graduation. Follow the steps below and be career ready!

Career Counseling: Meet with a career counselor to develop a Career Action Plan (CAP) and establish career goals.

Resume Writing: Meet with a career consultant to draft or critique your resume. View the Developing an Effective Resume workshop online. Finalize your resume with a Resume Grade of 35 or above.

Mock Interview:Meet with a career consultant to participate in a Mock Interview in order to improve your interviewing skills and obtain an Interview Grade of 35 or above. View the How to Best Prepare for an Interview workshop online.

Internship & Career Fairs: Attend an Internship & Career Fair to meet with employers for networking, Co-ops/Internships, part-time and full-time positions. For a listing of these events, visit Owl CareerLink.

Attend 3 Career Center Events:Start signing up for Career Events today here!

Internship Specialist: Meet with an Internship Specialist and discuss internship goals and locate possible internship opportunities. Explore registering your internship through the Professional Internship Program to receive transcript notation. 

Explore the OWL Professional Clothes Closet: Pick up items to wear to an upcoming interview, career fair, or networking event. For more information click here.

LinkedIn Profile: View the LinkedIn Profile Checklist and start building your personal profile.

Apply for a Career Certificate! You are eligible for a Career Certificate, apply here today!

Graduate/Professional School: Explore potential graduate and professional school opportunities by attending the Graduate School Fair (fall). Attend the Applying to Graduate School workshop and take applicable entrance examinations. For a listing of these events, visit Owl CareerLink.

Career Counseling: Meet with a career counselor to start your professional job search planning.

Mock Interview:Meet with a career consultant to participate in a Mock Interview in order to improve your interviewing skills before heading to your professional job interview(s). View the How to Best Prepare for an Interview workshop online.

Soft Skill Assessment: Meet with a career center staff member to complete a soft skill assessment and discuss the skills you’ve acquired and skills you wish to acquire.

 Last Modified 10/20/17