With the Career Center, Boise State can help you start, change or move up in your career. Their services are always available to you as a resource–even after you’ve earned your degree.
Career Center Services
Career Center services are available to enrolled students and alumni of Boise State University. The Career Center’s purpose is to help you create an intentional college experience to successfully transition from college to career. To accomplish this, staff focus on these four services:
Career decision-making and planning
- Explore your interest, abilities and skills
- Take a career self-assessment
- Start researching careers you’re interested in
- Make an action plan
On- and off-campus jobs and internships
The Career Center can help you prepare for interviews and connect you with organizations that are looking for candidates like you in internships (both local and national) as well as part-time jobs (locally). Gain the experience you need to advance in your career.
Job search or graduate school applications
- Develop your resume
- Hone your interviewing skills
- Establish an effective online presence with social media and networking
- Attend virtual career and graduate school fairs
Connect with an Online Career Counselor
Boise State’s Career Center has an Online Career Counselor who works specifically with students and alumni over email, video and phone to address career-related needs. They also have alternate hours outside the Career Center Office hours to accommodate your schedule.
For instructions about how to make an appointment visit the Career Services online appointment page.