Career Services

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.

Experience – A Comprehensive Online Tool

Apply for jobs and connect with employers, participate in workshops and activities, schedule interviews, post your resume and more. Contact Career Services to establish your Experience account.

Job 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 Experience.

Career Advising

Students in the process of making academic, major or career choices can receive individual assistance from several on-campus sources. The Student Success Center (SSC), Student Support Services (SSS), and Career Services work together to provide career guidance to students. You may seek support from any of these offices.

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

Graduate school catalogs, program directories and free application materials 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.

Career Coaching Appointments
Receive guidance for deciding a major, what to do after college, creating a resume and cover letter or exploring job or internship opportunities by scheduling a career coaching appointment! Contact us at 304.442.3185 or career@mail.wvu.edu