Faculty & Staff
Looking for someone to present in your class? Let Career Services come to you. We can provide a career-related presentation or workshop to your class. Workshops range from 45-60 minutes in duration, or we can complete a 5-10 minute presentation on office services. Topics include:
- Choosing a major
- Effective job search strategies
- Writing resumes, cover letters and thank-you notes
- Interviewing tips and preparation
- Negotiating offers
- Business etiquette
- Dressing for success
To request a program or workshop, contact Mike Theobald at 816-501-4861 and provide the following information:
- Name of organization
- Presentation preference
- Approximate number of participants
- Contact name and phone number
- Any special considerations
Career Services offers a variety of assessments and career inventories, which can be beneficial in defining career goals and declaring academic majors. To learn more about the assessment tools referenced below, contact Mike Theobald at 816-501-4861.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a widely used inventory used to explore personality types and how they relate to the work place.
Strenghts Quest is a web based career exploration tool designed to assist users in discovering and developing their strengths, and how they fit into academics, career and beyond.
The Self-Directed Search is an assessment based upon personality type as it relates to the work environment. This assessment provides career direction by giving suggestions on majors and occupations that match an individual’s type.
Resume Instruction & Critique
Career Services is available to assist students with the creation and refinement of their resume and cover letters. Our experienced staff will provide feedback and recommendations on resume format, content, organization and etiquette, as well as proofreading for grammatical and spelling errors.
Students interested in improving their interviewing skills may participate in a mock interview through Career Services. During the mock interview, students will gain experience responding to traditional and behavioral interview questions. We can help students gain a competitive advantage by enhancing their interviewing skills before the big interview!
Graduate School Information
Career Services has a variety of resources available to assist you in researching and preparing for graduate or professional school. Visit our Career Library (VA 300) to review program catalogs, graduate school directories and other resources.
For more information on graduate programs at Rockhurst University, please contact the Office of Admission at 816-501-4012.
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