Career Management Services Navigating the professional landscape while in school can be challenging, but you do not have to do it alone. Hamline School of Business career management services offer guidance with academic development, career direction, and necessary skillsets, all so you can advance confidently within your chosen field. Services provided include: Individual development planning. Discover and focus on your personal development plan in order to more precisely organize your next steps. Individual career planning. Work with a mentor to strategize career goals and the actions necessary to achieve them. Workshops. Attend events and participate in conversations that will help develop the skillsets necessary to stand out in your chosen field. Panels. Meet with recruiters and alumni to discuss the qualities an ideal candidate possesses and how your professional peers have encompassed those qualities. Job and internship postings. Access information about open opportunities. Past Events Telling a Compelling Story in your Resume - October 24, 2016Students developed new approaches to building content for their resumes to add the “wow” factor that gain interest from recruiters and hiring managers. The goals of this interactive workshop focused on writing content that captured reader attention, showcasing their capabilities and using key language for search engines. Career Management Advisor Kay Lillig CotterSchedule an appointment with Kay for development planning or career counseling. Additional Resources To access job and internship listings, Piper Connect, and more, visit the Hamline Career Link. To view current Career Development Center (CDC) events, access the events calendar and filter by the CDC. Undergraduate Student Services Visit the Hamline Career Development Center for more on services for undergraduate students.