The Career Services Office offers career development assistance to all WVU Tech students. Daily contact with employers and faculty enables the office to provide students with up-do-date information about how to put your college degree to work.
Where do WVU Tech students and alumni work?
Career Coaching Appointments
Receive guidance for deciding a major/career, creating a resume and cover letter, assistance with writing personal statements for graduate school, prep for an interview or exploring job or internship opportunities by scheduling a career coaching appointment! Contact us at 304.442.3185 or email@example.com
Job, Internship and Cooperative Education Postings
Career Services receives full-time, part-time, cooperative education, internship and summer position announcements regularly. We forward the credentials of students that meet position requirements to employers and interviews are often arranged through our office.
Career Fairs/Job Expos
A number of employer representatives visit campus each semester for these special events. Students are invited to meet with representatives from public and private business, engineering and healthcare fields to present their resumes and discuss employment opportunities. Additional on-campus and off-campus career fair events are announced and available to students throughout the academic year.
Graduate and Professional School Information
Assistance in selecting a graduate or professional school, guidance in writing personal statements/preparing application packets, and resources for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, TOEFL and TSE examinations are available.
When should I visit Career Services?
Career decisions are best thought out carefully. Therefore, students are encouraged to begin in their first semester to take advantage of the extensive opportunities available through WVU Tech Career Services throughout their collegiate experience.