Faculty and Staff
UD's Career Services is here to assist you with your advises and/or enrolled students within your courses. The partnerships between UD faculty and UD's Career Services can combine our strengths and resources in order to achieve the highest benefit for UD students. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the services we provide to students, as well as, services we provide for faculty.
LIST OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAREER SERVICES: Faculty members are encouraged to refer students to UD's Career Services regarding the following needs, but not limited to: career counseling; career assessments; career exploration; graduate/professional school information & preparation; resume and cover letter assistance; internship planning and review; job search strategies; and interview preparation. To refer a student, please call (563)-589-3113, (563)-589-3132, or (563)-589-3167, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
INTERESTED IN ASSISTING CAREER SERVICES?
Missing classes can sometimes be unavoidable during the academic year. Before you decide to cancel class, consider another rewarding option for your students. Consider utilizing Career Services Don't Cancel Class Program where we can present on a variety of career related topics adjustable between 50 minutes & an hour & a-half.
Encourage students to attend and engage in the weekly programs of the annual Career Week on-campus held during the spring term.
Encourage students to participate in the Mock Interview Program.
Become a member of the Career & Life Services Advisory Committee. Click here to learn more
Connect with employers through the College Ambassador program!
Encourage students to attend and engage in the annual Career Fair held during the fall term.
Direct students to the opportunities Career Services provides and supports during the academic year click here
Co-Curricular Study Guide: For students to attain a holistic educational experience, they are encouraged to develop a co-curricular plan that promotes participation in activities, which compliment their in-class academic experiences. This guide can be utilized by students and their advisors to encourage students to help strengthen their educational skills, service, and knowledge.
Four Year Career Development Guide: . The following is a list of recommended activities to help your student discover their career interests and achieve those goals of obtaining a career in that interest area. Not all of these activities will be applicable for every student, and some, but these are all activities your students should consider while in college.
Internship & Job Outlook Resources:
UD is a member of the National Association for Colleges & Employers (NACE) click here
UD actively utilizes the Occupational Outlook Handbook, provided by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics click here