We are aware of the disruption and concern that the COVID-19 crisis may pose to students’ career plans, especially for those currently seeking internships or transitioning into the workforce full time after graduation.  The University Career Center remains committed to helping students navigate their career journey, and our staff stands ready to lend support during this time.

Resume Review with an Undergraduate Peer Career Educator | Monday-Friday, 3-5pm via Zoom

Click here to log into Careers4Terps and schedule a 25 minute resume review.

You will be asked to log-in with your UMD Directory ID & password.  

You will then be in the "Workshops" menu in Careers4Terps and can select a day and time that works best with your schedule.

**This option is for undergraduate students only.  If you are a Masters or Ph.D. student, please schedule a career advising appointment.

 

Virtual Career Advising Appointments

To schedule a 30-minute appointment, please do so by logging into your Careers4Terps account using your UMD Directory ID & password.  If you have not logged into you Careers4Terps account recently, you may be asked to update your profile in the system.  Once complete, click on the homepage of Careers4Terps and you will see "Schedule a Career Advising Appointment."

You will automatically receive a reminder email the morning of your appointment.  That reminder email will have specific instructions on how to virtually connect with your career advisor, so be sure to read it!

Topics for career advising appointments may include:

  • Choosing a major, exploring careers, researching career fields and industries
  • Searching for internships or jobs and learning networking strategies
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Applying to graduate school

Questions or concerns can be addressed to Erica Ely, Assistant Director (eely@umd.edu)


Click here for more information on the University Career Center's response to COVID-19.

 

OTHER CAREER SERVICES OFFICES ON CAMPUS

A. James Clark School of Engineering Career Services
Robert H. Smith School of Business Office of Career Services
School of Public Policy Office of Career Services