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Career Resources

Coordinator of Career Resources - Sally Fadorsen (individual students)
Coordinator of Career Planning - Rob Brindley (groups)

infosymbolSearching for a career or major?  For some students, it's possible they don't know where to start, but for others, it's already begun. The Career Resource has many programs to help. The Career Resource Center helps students with career exploration through a career resource library, career fairs, career counseling and the Self-Directed Search program.

Exploratory/undecided students are encouraged to visit the Career Research section in the campus Library, open Monday through Friday. Helpful career exploration resources available to students include but are not limited to: videos on negotiating job offers, computers for career searches, and up-to-date reference materials that describe in detail job titles, responsibilities, expectations, college classes required to earn a degree in that field, and five-year employment projections for each professional field.
Career Counseling is available to students on an individual or group basis. The counseling staff assist students by reviewing their interests and personality type. The career counselors can also assist students in selecting a major or identifying career fields that suit their personality-type as well as professional goals. In addition to one-on-one counseling, Career Services provides classroom presentations to first-year experience classes on a variety of topics ranging from "hot" careers to interest inventories.
During a personal career counseling session, students can also take a Self-Directed Search Personality Test, which utilizes the Holland Code to determine their personality-type and ultimately careers best suited for them. Holland Code Testing is done on a group basis as part of instruction in first-year experience classes, however, the self-directed search is more in depth and defines specific career areas in which the student may excel.
Career Fairs are another valuable way Kent State Tuscarawas provides hands-on methods for career exploration. These events include an Engineering Expo during National Engineers Week of February each year and a Nursing Career Opportunities fair in the spring. During these events, recruiters from business and industry come to the campus in order to discuss employment outlook/opportunities with students.  Biannually, the Business, Engineering and Education Roundtable is held on campus. During the program, students are matched according to their major with local business professionals who facilitate small group discussion. Students are then encouraged to explore various employment topics by preparing questions for a panel comprised of business leaders and decision makers from the local community.

chartSelf-Directed Search (SDS) is among the more popular programs that Career Resources has to offer. SDS is a very comprehensive career planning program that assists students in pinpointing career options based on their personal interests.  Students can also access Kent State University's Career Services Center resources via the Student Career Path tab on their Flashline account.  Information is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week from any personal computer.  Be sure to check out MyPlan and Collage for self-service career guidance and career facts/trends.


Career Services Center at the Kent Campus

Students enrolled at any regional campus may utilize the career planning resources available at the Kent Campus Career Services Center. Online help is available with:
All Kent State students and alumni are invited to attend our annual Fall & Spring Job & Internship Fairs in the KSC Student Center Ballroom.
Kent Campus Career Counselors are also available by phone or in person during daily drop-in hours:
Monday - Friday
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
2 - 4 p.m.

Kent State Career Services Center
261 Schwartz Center