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The UM University Career Center offers a variety of resources to support your career exploration, internship and job searches, and preparation for graduate and professional programs:

  • Clothes Closet--Select business professional and business casual clothing at no cost to you.
  • Resume Resources--Take advantage of the tips and resume software available to improve your resume.
  • Cover Letter Resources--Go here for quick tips on how to write effective cover letters.
  • Gap Year Resources--Find out what opportunities are available to you if you're still figuring out what to do after graduation or looking for additional options to explore before starting grad school.
  • Networking Resources--Learn how to network, where to find people to network with, and other helpful tips. 
  • Interviewing Resources--Get help on what to do before, during, and after the interview as well as learn about preparing for common interview questions.
  • Pre-Health Resources--Dive into lots of good links to help you prepare for and apply to health profession programs.
  • Pre-Law Resources--Go here for tips and suggestions for your exploration of and preparation for law school.
  • Reference Letters--Read these tips and guidelines for students and letter writers.
  • Career Assessment Tools--Find out which tool may be best for you and go over the results with a career coach.
  • International Student Resources--Check this section for tailored resources whether you are exploring options, job searching or planning to continue your education.
  • Alumni Profiles--Find out how recent alums got where they are and what their work-life is like.
  • Salary & Relocation Resources--Research whether a salary offer is competitive, how much you'll need based on where you'll be living, and what's involved with relocating to a new area.
  • DACA Student Resources--Whether you're interested in internships, full-time jobs, or admission to graduate school, utilize this tailored resource to assist in your decision-making and planning. 
  • LGBTQ Resources--Learn about what it's like transitioning from Michigan to the workplace and get answers to questions you have surrounding the transition. 
  • Students with Disabilities Resources--Learn about the support available to students with both visible and non-visible disabilities and how the University Career Center can help you navigate your job/internship search and preparation/application for graduate and professional school.
  • Student Veteran Career Resources--Go here to learn how the University Career Center can assist you with your transition to civilian life as it relates to career exploration and career preparation.  
  • Additional--See what other websites have information that can help you.