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Occupational Wellness

Focus on the experience you will gain and strive to build positive relationships with co-workers and supervisors. Even if you’ve landed your dream job, it’s still important to balance work and your personal life to avoid burnout and to assess if you’re being treated fairly.

Set career goals. Document your accomplishments, update your resume regularly and utilize online platforms. Engage in relationship building and networking opportunities. Seek out mentorship and attend career fairs.

Occupational Wellness In and Out of the Classroom

  • Promote the Career Closet for students to donate or borrow clothes for interviews
  • Highlight campus career fairs
  • Host Professional Speaker Series
  • Host mock interviews
  • Host an Etiquette Dinner
  • Take professional headshots