Students

  

CAREER CHART (FR -SR years) --"Steps in Preparing for Your Career"  click here
 MAJORS/MINORS & Degrees offered at Campbellsville University    click  here    

CAREER MENTORING for students/Recent Grads:

Cu  Career Mentoring Program offers students the opportunity to reach out and possibly obtain one-on-one coaching from professionals in their particular chosen career paths.  Business leaders and key alumni have the opportunity to interact, share insights, and offers support to students wanting to be prepared to enter the Professional Workforce.    Mentors can provide valuable career guidance, job shadowing, networking and internship leads. Students must apply for a Mentor through the the website.... then make contact with them through info provided below   

  Current  Mentors                                Career Field                          Contact Info:

Shawn Stevens, Englewood NJBusiness VP  at Q&A (NJ/NY areas)313-371-5124csstevens23@yahoo.com
Christina Kern, Louisville, KY Marketing/Communications-Louisvilleprefer email

christinalkern@gmail.com

 Sarah Adkins, Arlington, MA Law School student--Harvard606-219-5463sadkins@jd15.law.harvard.edu
 Rande Swann, Louisville, KY Communications/PR  randeswann@yahoo.com 
 Nick Berry, Elizabethtown,KY Fitness Business/Entrepreneur 859-492-6038 rnberry4@gmail.com
 Rachael Sibcy, Cincinnati, OH Business/Marketing/Recruiting   513-835-6752 rnsibc93@yahoo.com    
 Kwaku Osebreh, Lexington KY   Business Analysis Manager/Hosp 859-421-6924  osebreh@hotmail.com
 Katy Neyhouse, Danville, KY Business/Banking  859-238-0671 katy.neyhouse@fnbky.com
 Emma Revis, Campbellsville, KY Grant Writing professional270-789-5217 ecrevis@campbellsville.edu 

 



 Stephen Horner, Louisville, KY Government official/lawyer- retired 502-489-9791sghorner@bellsouth.net 
 Larry Bowen, Dave Debrot Campbellsville KYInvestment/Finance Advisor 270-469-9191 debrof@edwardjones.com
 Ginger Warren, Lawrenceburg, KY Education/English 502-859-4536 Ginger.Warren@anderson.kyschools.us 

What Can I Do With A Major In....  this website will help you explore careers that are related to various majors:      http://www.myplan.com/majors/what_to_do.php 

   

Career OneStop.org

Provides tools to help job seekers, students businesses and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Detailed job profiles, descriptions, wage scales, video knowledge/education required and tasks/activities involved  http://careeronestop.org/ 

 

 

 Personality/Career/Interest Assessment

 is an online tool that is FREE for current students. Typefocus offers two assessments and five reports related to personality type, values, and interests, all of which impact college and career success.  To learn more about the TypeFocus assessment, or to start the TypeFocus, click here. Contact Career Services (270)789-5192 for access code.

 

Careers/Jobs that match Specific Majors:  http://www.princetonreview.com/Majors.aspx   

 

GATEWAY free career assessments at www.gatewaytocareers.com  

Resume Assistance
 Career Services staff will be glad to assist you with building/editing your resume.  Review the website listed below, prepare a draft.  This will provide Career Services a starting point for assisting you with your resume.  After creating a draft, contact career service office to schedule a meeting to review and fine-tune your resume!
-- Sample Resumes, Resources & Tips 
here or  How To Write a Resume

What Is An Internship?

Internships are valuable experiences that increase your chances of being selected for full-time jobs. Internships are typically short-term work or service experiences related to the student’s major or career goals. An internship generally involves students working in professional settings under the supervision of practicing professionals. Internships can be paid or unpaid, and the student may or may not receive academic credit for performing the internship. Once you find a company or organization that you are interested in, contact your advisor, professor to see if the internship qualifies for academic credit.  Interns are 3 x more likely to be hired by companies after graduation than someone without related work experience.  Internships are essential for young graduates with limited career experience! Just one resource-- across the US is  here!  Ask your academic advisor about possible 3 hours credit for working an approved internship. 

Career Fairs

Campbellsville University offers three+ Career/Job and Internship Fair opportunities each Spring semester (summer worker camp fair, on campus regional career/job fair.The off-campus career fair is exclusively for private college juniors/seniors & grads-- held in Lexington, KY).  Check "Events" link for more info.

Louisville: many including  http://louisville.jobnewsusa.com/jobcategory/Career_Fair.aspx

Career (RESUME, INTERVIEW Videos/resource links

Campus Career Workshops and Events Calendar -- Click here 

 Career Guide for Students with Disabilities 

Mentoring Program