Your relationship with Benedictine University doesn’t end when you graduate. Our goal is to promote your lifelong personal and professional development by providing you with a foundation to become a self-directed learner. Many alumni take advantage of the Career Development Center, which offers various services to help you develop, implement and evaluate your career plans. From help tweaking your resume to comprehensive career assessment tools, there are many ways that we may be able to help you define and pursue your dreams.
- Resume and Cover Letter Review
Upload your resume and cover letter and a member of our career development team will provide tips and suggestions to help you improve it.
- Mock Interview
Practice your interviewing skills one-on-one with a member of our team.
- Virtual Office Hours
Meet with a Career Advisor and get individualized assistance with any career-related questions
- Career Search Assistance
Let us help you find the career of your dreams using our database and other tools.
- Alumni Networking
Connect with fellow alumni at one of our many events offered locally and virtually.
- Career Assessments
If you are not sure about your career interests, the Career Development Center offers complimentary assessment tools to help you research and explore various options.
Career Tools Available Online
The Career Development Center also offers students free access to several online tools. For a nominal fee, alumni can access these tools as well.
Use this tool to explore career paths, understanding your strengths and explore career matches. It includes a series of short assessments that measure your values, interests, personality, and workplace preferences, and creates a personalized report suggesting career paths that may be good fits for you. More information can be found here.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) is one of the most widely used personality assessments in the world. With a proven record of reliability for more than 50 years, it offers a foundation for understanding your own personality characteristics and offers insight into the way people think, communicate and interact.
Strong Interest Inventory
For more than 75 years, the Strong Interest Inventory (SII) assessment has guided thousands of people in their search for a fulfilling career balanced with a satisfying personal life. The SII includes:
- 30 basic interest scales
- Six updated general occupational themes
- 244 occupational scales (122 occupations)
- Five measures of personal style
Throughout each year, Benedictine offers numerous webinars designed to keep students and alumni abreast of current topics in various industries as well as different professional development opportunities.