Preparing to Visit the Career Counselling Specialist

Meet your Career Counselling Specialist Dr. Don-Marie Holder. You can contact her via email at

The Career Counselling Specialist is
  • your resource, whether you are
    • selecting a major,
    • looking for an internship,
    • seeking mentorship or
    • pursuing your first professional position or making a career transition
  • your partner in refining your career plans and developing your job search skills
  • committed to helping you to reach your professional development goals.

What to Expect

Whether you are just getting started or preparing to graduate, career advising can help you:
  • Develop strategies for your job search.
  • Identify work-related values and interests,
  • Assess your unique skills and
  • Guide you through decision-making to set realistic career goals.
You set the agenda, and work collaboratively in:
  • Identifying skills, interests, values, and strengths
  • Researching majors, industries and career fields
  • Developing your brand
  • Developing effective tools for your job search, such as...
            •   Professional resume
            •   Focused cover letter
            •   Interviewing strategies that impress employers and graduate schools
            •   Negotiating an offer
            •   Effective networking techniques
  • Creating a graduate school plan, career readiness plan and or strategic job search 

Ask Questions!

Learn about all of the services provided during advising hours. Use our online booking system to choose a time. Signing up is easy and convenient. Services include individual career advising, career assessments, career readiness workshops, job search planning (internships, service learning, part-time/full-time employment), On-Campus Recruiting and Job Fairs.

Quick Tips

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