Prepare for your future
If you’re looking to invest in your future, there are four keys to help in preparing for your future career.
- Choosing and certifying into a major
- Searching for jobs and internships
- Making a killer resume and cover letter
- Acing the interview
Choosing and certifying into a major
Certification is an administrative process that officially designates your chosen field of study and the degree you will receive. It is a requirement for graduation that can be completed once you have earned a minimum of 24 semester credit hours and met the program’s prerequisites. Visit the WSU Catalog or contact your advisor for more information.
Searching for jobs and internships
Searching for internships is easy! Be open to exploring a whole range of different internships to help you determine your ultimate career path – or even your major.
Making a killer resume and cover letter
Explore a wide-variety of structured services at the WSU Academic Success and Career Center. Aiding student success, services include academic advising, peer tutoring, and academic success coaching.
Acing the interview
Resume Writing Help is always offered in the Academic Success and Career Center. Additional internship and career opportunities can be found through the WSU CougLink site.