Recognizing Educational Aspirations and Career HorizonsPeer to Peer walk-in resume and cover letter critiques in Ronan Hall 240 Hours are Monday-Thursday 10 am - 3 pm
NOT AVAILABLE WEEK OF SPRING BREAK (March 10-14)
*Schedule an appointment with a full-time staff member*
Purpose & Mission
Career development involves continuous growth. You will always gain self-knowledge from experiences, navigate environments for new opportunities, and network with resources to develop personally and professionally. REACH Advisors support this development through:
Create a tailored experience for students by coaching them through Resume and Cover Letter critiques and empowering them by sharing career resources that meet their individual needs to help secure desired internships and employment.
Market the Career Services Office and its resources through events, presentations, technology and other engagements to develop strong relationships with students, faculty and staff.
- REACH advisors support the professional staff in Career Services by conducting walk-in document critiques (Resumes and Cover Letters) while sharing additional career resources and providing career guidance with internship and job searching. They also assist with event participation, and classroom/student group presentations.
"REACH on the ROAD"
Walk-in appointments are coming to a building on campus near you!
|Friday, March 28th (11am-2pm)||Anspach 312A|
|Friday, April 4th (11am-2pm)||Anspach 312A|
|Friday, April 11th (11am-2pm)||Anspach 312A|
We are looking for new advisors for the Fall 2014 Semester.
Advisor opportunities are open to all majors and grade levels. This is a great way to build your own resume and credentials while helping others!
HOW TO APPLY
and fill out the following online Form
DEADLINE TO APPLY: FRIDAY, MARCH 28th
REACH Coordinator: Erik Simon (989-774-3068)
*Faculty and Staff Relations*
“Interns and Advisors are a vital part of
not only the REACH Program, but the entire Career Services Office. They are integral as Career Services professionals and