Congratulations on earning your degree! As you go forth into a world needing your unique talents, passion and knowledge, you’ll be glad to know there are a number of ways your alma mater continues to support you, both personally and professionally. The University Advising and Career Development Center (UACDC) provides many resources and services to help you approach your future fearlessly. Looking for employment opportunities? Use our job search network, Handshake, to find available positions.
EMU career coaches are here to help you explore all the different career paths, options and transitions open to you.
Get valuable job search advice, strategies and expert tips on identifying and landing the right position for you and your prospective employer.
Let job providers come to you! Meet them in-person at an upcoming job fair.
Help fellow members of the EMU community by offering valuable insight and guidance learned through first-hand experience. Learn more about EMU career connection.
Maybe you were laid-off and are looking for a different job in a related field. Maybe you haven’t found a full-time position and need something more in-demand. Maybe your life priorities have changed or you’re just feeling unfulfilled by the nature of your work.
Whatever your reasons, if you’re looking to make a career change or just searching for a different job, you’re not alone.
In today’s economy, individuals switch jobs and change careers more than ever before. While entirely common, it can feel a bit unsettling. Rest assured, the UACDC has assisted many EMU alumni seeking a change of career or who have simply wanted to consider their options.
Considering a change? Make an appointment with a career coach now.
Just looking for a new job? We can help with that, too.
Students who have completed a bachelor's degree have several additional education opportunities including a second bachelor's degree, post-bachelor's teacher preparation and non-degree enrollment. Contact Undergraduate Admissions for information.
The Graduate School offers 201 programs and 20 degree and non-degree programs. For information and to apply contact the Graduate School.