Career Counseling Appointments
Make an appointment to see a career counselor.
Career planning—discovering who you are and what you are meant to do—is lifework. It’s a process and a journey. It is your next challenge. As with most things in life, you'll get out of it what you're willing to put into it.
At the Career Center, we’ll help you decipher just what your college experience means in terms of your career options and choices. We'll help you to see how the workplace today is changing, and what employers look for when hiring new candidates. We'll also help you to understand yourself well enough to know your best fit.
To make an appointment with a counselor call the Career Center at 301-447-5202. Counselors can help with career exploration, major exploration, career assessments, resumes, job searching, mock interviews, internships, the graduate school process or any aspect of career development. If you can't come into the Career Center for an appointment, distance Career Counseling can be offered through phone or e-mail.
We also have drop-in hours every Tuesday and Wednesday between 1-2 p.m. for quick questions. If you can't come into the Career Center for an appointment, distance Career Counseling can be offered through phone, email or skype.
"By Thanksgiving I had an offer, and by winter break I had three; and the staff in the Career Center was there to help with the decision making process. I could not have gone into winter break having accepted a full-time offer for after graduation without the Career Center." Tyler Jones, Class of 2013
“You provided confidence at a time when it was much needed and I will be forever grateful. As of yesterday, I am proud to say I will serve a one-year term as soil conservationist associate II for the Catoctin and Frederick districts. It is an opportunity for me to explore the field of sustainability that I so desired. Thank you again for serving as the catalyst that placed me here today.” Kendra Dell, December 2014 graduate