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Your education is just one part of the equation. Let us help you identify your calling, carve out a career path, establish your personal brand, build a network and open yourself up to a lifetime of fulfilling purpose.
Resources for Students
- Find your place on our career cycle.
- Meet one on one with a career coach.
- Polish your resume and prepare for an interview.
- Check out our upcoming events.
- Find out the salary for your intended industry through: LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Salary.com, Indeed, Payscale, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Salary Expert, and Salary List.
If you need help with choosing a major, there are many tools and resources to help you make a decision.
Discover your direction via the UBalt Career Cycle.
Identify your strengths with StrengthsQuest, a free career assessment tool, by scheduling an appointment via UBworks.
Explore career options by major.
Enjoy Professional Development Opportunities through the Student Assistance Program (SAP)
Provided by BHS, the SAP provides you with free, confidential, in-the-moment support to manage life’s challenges and stay happy, healthy and safe while you are in school. For a full list of common reasons to call and for more information regarding this program, click here. Through your MyBHS portal you can enjoy a variety of online resources. Enjoy access to top news, blogs, café series webinars and a training center filled with professional development workshops and modules. To access these professional development modules, you will login using the below information.
To contact the SAP:
For more information, visit www.ubalt.edu/studentassistance
After logging in, you will click the “Training Center” icon at the bottom of the page. There are over 60 modules to choose from to help build your personal and professional skills. Certificates will be issued upon completion of the modules. Topics include but are not limited to;
- Civility in the Workplace
- Workplace Diversity
- Presentation Skills
- Conflict Resolution
- Business Writing
- Building Strong Customer Relationships
- Time Management
- Communication Strategies
- Becoming an Effective Team Player
Resources for Alumni
Your journey with us does not end at graduation. You have life long access to our services. We invite you to continue your professional development with us or share the secrets of your success with current students.
- Access UBworks to find jobs or hire UBalt talent (request a log in here).
- Peruse our job search databases.
- Polish your resume or prepare for an interview.
- Meet with a career coach—in person or virtually.
- Participate in events and job fairs.
- Join an association in your field of interest to seek a mentor, stay updated within your industry, and network.
- View our intake form for Alumni career coaching policies.
Resources for Graduate Students and Experienced Professionals
The Career and Internship Center serves both undergraduate and graduate students. We understand the needs of advanced degree seekers and/or experienced professionals are different from entry-level, traditional students. We encourage you to schedule an appointment to meet with a career coach at any time about your goals.Whether you are seeking a graduate degree to start a new career, advance your current career, change careers or simply increase your skill set, you will find the UBalt Career Cycle helpful to achieving your goals.
Career Cycle Resources:
It’s never too early to start strategizing if you plan on making a career change after obtaining your degree. There are multiple ways to change your occupation such as changing roles at the same company, or staying in the same role in a different company. Use the resources below to start planning for you career change early:
- The 10-Step Plan to Career Change by Quintessential
- CareerShifters blog
- The Five O’clock Club
- mySkills myFuture
If you are seeking to advance into a leadership role the resources below may be helpful:
Prepare for your advancement into a leadership role by building your leadership skills:
- Join the UB Chapter of the National Society for Leadership and Success
- Learn about The Leadership Challenge
- Learn more about your strengths by taking the StrengthsQuest in our office with a certified StrengthsQuest career professional.
Building, engaging and expanding your network while obtaining your degree can have a positive impact on your career change and/or job search after graduation.
Resources for Students and Alumni Considering Graduate School
If you're considering graduate school, you can:
- meet with a career coach to discuss your plans and learn more about the graduate admission process
- learn more about graduate programs at UBalt.
- quality of the program
- reputation of the school
- productivity of the faculty
- advising system
- career paths for graduates
- financial aid and general support systems
- relevant accreditation
Resources for International Students
- Take a look at our International Student Guide.
- Explore your options for working in the United States on an F1 visa.
- Find out about worldwide employment trends.
- Get tips on improving conversational English skills from U.S. News & World Report.
- Browse career networks specifically for international students in need of sponsorship:
For more information, you can visit the Office of International Admission.
Resources for Military and Veteran Students
Resources for Students with Disabilities
GettingHired is America’s largest online career community for job seekers with disabilities. Search thousands of job openings across all industries on a fully accessible site. Nationwide companies are actively seeking to hire talented individuals with disabilities with all levels of experience. Job seekers can also access free resources to help in their career development.
- Learn about the Association on Higher Education and Disability.
- Learn about the Ticket to Work program, which provides employment assistance to Social Security beneficiaries.
- Connect with the Maryland Department of Disabilities.
- Educate yourself on disability employment policies from the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Learn about dyslexia research, education and advocacy via the International Dyslexia Association.
- Additional resources for students with disabilities from Affordable Colleges Online.
For more information, you can visit the Office of Disability and Access Services.
Resources for Women