Career Center

Presentation Request

Classroom Presentations

We understand that getting career information to students in a space that is relevant and convenient for them is a powerful option! We want to make partnering with you to meet your career presentation needs just as practical. We have resources to meet all your needs.

We'll come to you, no matter how your class meets!

Our team understands that needs in the higher education classroom have changed. We are happy to partner with faculty to provide presentations on a variety topics, of varying lengths, and in modalities that fit the scope of today’s classroom.

  • Fill out our presentation request form below to let us know about your upcoming needs.
  • Check out our recorded presentation list. Email Dr. Tammison Smith at for the link to embed into your D2L shell.

...Or bring your class to us!

You are also welcome to bring your students to the Career Center for a class session. It is a great opportunity for students to not only engage in the presentation, but learn about the Center and the services we offer.

Recorded Presentations

Are your students wondering about the Career Center?

Are your students looking for help with career development?

Are your students needing help with Handshake?

Are your students needing help with skills like resume writing, interviewing, or using LinkedIn?

Do you have a graduate student looking for help job searching or writing a resume?

Presentation Request Form

After submitting your request, a staff member will contact you within two business days to make arrangements and confirm. If you have questions about completing this form, contact us at 320-308-2151 or Forms should be submitted two weeks prior to the date that is requested.

How to write a résumé that will get noticed.
Given that relevant experience is the number one qualification sought by employers, this workshop helps students learn how to find a great internship.
An overview of resources and services available in the Career Center.
This workshop teaches students how to use LinkedIn, the number one professional networking resource, to explore careers, build connections, and pursue the job search.
Explore effective ways to find jobs.
This workshop teaches students effective interview techniques for successful job searches.
This workshop connects the OHC dimensions to competencies employers seek.
In this interactive workshop, students will reflection key personal traits relevant to their career decision-making process. Students will be provided major and career research tools for continued at-home exploration.
This presentation will introduce your students to Handshake, and explain why they should be using it. After a short PowerPoint, we will walk through the system together to show students how to find jobs, attend events, and get connected to employers.
Two assessment options available (indicate your choice in comments below):
Holland based assessments connect interests to the larger world of career opportunities.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) helps students understand how personalities, both theirs and those of people around them, can influence the context of their work.
*Please note there is a per-student charge for several of these assessments.

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