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People in these fields...

educators and wellness professionals

focus on educating, helping and guiding others, serving public interests through teaching and human services as well as understanding people and equipping individuals to grow and thrive. People in these fields spend their time developing curriculum, designing treatment protocols, providing counseling and support, implementing policy and advocating for social change.


Certificates to consider:

Service Learning

Global Awareness

Sustainability


Hawk Hustle Editions:

May 8, 2019
April 24, 2019
April 11, 2019
March 28, 2019
February 27, 2019
February 6, 2019
December 12, 2018
November 28, 2018
November 7, 2018
October 24, 2018

 

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Student Spotlights


Year in School & Major:

Senior in Psychology

Internship/Job Organization::

Dole Human Development Center


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Resume Samples

Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies (pdf)

Community Health (pdf)

Social Work (pdf)

Elementary Education (pdf)


University Career Center
6th in the nation for its social media presence in 2013 —JobBrander.com
Winner of the 2013 Innovation Excellence Award in Research —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2009 National Chevron Award winner for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2010 National Chevron Award finalist for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
Professional Clothing Closet won Service Program of the Year —2011-12 Jayhawk Choice Awards
More than 500 students enroll in career classes annually
Each year more than 7,500 jobs and 1,400 internships are posted in KU Career Connections
University Career Center hosts eight career fairs each year
More than 360 organizations attended University Career Center career fairs the past academic year
More than 10,000 students attended University Career Center workshops in 2012-13