Graduation time is fast approaching and with it, the need for good, practical career advice. Students should keep in mind the following concepts: (1) Your first job out of college is not likely to be the same type of work as what you will do in 12 to 15 years, so be open to the excitement of change; (2) What you think is so important, like making lots of money now, may well change in the future; (3) If you are unsure of what to do, continuing in graduate or professional school may not be the best choice; (4) Others will continue to have an impact on your job life, so do not "burn the bridges behind you" when you get or change jobs in the future; and, (5) Don't be discouraged if today's "job availability" is not what you desire when you graduate - Better days are coming. Although these "tips" are not perfect, they may help you reduce future regrets about your career path and education choices.
In addition to job information, this display also includes books about resumes and interviewing techniques. Keep in mind the Career Services office at SWOSU, located @ STF 209. The mission of Career Services is to provide services for all SWOSU students and alumni. They will be glad to assist individuals in securing internships, summer work opportunities, and full-time employment.