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Stevie Morrison '15 used her Transy experience to earn a full-time position with Bullhorn Creative. See more...


What we do

We're here to help you connect your talents and abilities with the right opportunities—from identifying your major and graduate school to securing internships and jobs for a strong start in your career. Whether you're a current student or part of our alumni community, we invite you to make the most of our resources, services and expertise of our staff.

Let us help you find the experiences and connections you need to find your true vocation and begin your professional life.

Use our resources

Get going on the kind of real-life experience that will complement your academic life and help you stand out to employers and graduate programs. Visit our Resources page to build your toolkit for applications and pursue internships, part-time work and networking opportunities. There you'll find help in a variety of areas, including:

  • Four-Year Plan for Professional Success
  • Career exploration
  • Job search process
  • Applications, resumes, CVs and cover letters
  • Internships and undergraduate research opportunities
  • Graduate school search, networking and working abroad

Start today!

Schedule a meeting or stop by during walk-in hours.

Office of Career Development
Mitchell Fine Arts
859-233-8193
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Hours of operation
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Call for summer and holiday hours

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See more about how Career Development can help you find personal fulfillment both on the job and off.

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Accounting and business administration major Kelly Kreutzjans pushed herself to attend industry networking events where her breadth of knowledge and social skills stood out to recruiters. Networking led to a summer internship and full-time job in Cincinnati at Deloitte, a "Top Four" accounting firm. Kelly encourages you to do the same and "to get a bit outside your comfort zone."

- Kelly Kreutzjans '16