The Career Services Center will continue virtual appointments and drop-ins for Fall 2020 in order to best serve you while observing social distancing. The office is open during regular business hours for limited services. To find out more about all of our in-person and virtual services and resources, click here.
The Marquette University Career Services Center is here to partner with undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni to provide guidance for choosing a major, exploring career paths, engaging in enriching career-related experiences, and, ultimately, pursuing lives with purpose. Whether you are just beginning to uncover your interests, skills, and values or are ready to go after your next experience, there is something for everyone at the Career Services Center. The Career Services Center is easy to access – just two doors down from Varsity Theater – and available to you Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – make an in-person or telephone appointment today!
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See the Career Services COVID-19 Updates webpage for answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the Career Services Center while Marquette engages in remote learning.
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Meeting with a Career Counselor can help you form educated decisions about your major choice and identify career possibilities through the process of getting to know yourself and the world of work. Career Counselors can also assist with resume and cover letter development, strategies for obtaining an internship or job, practice interviewing, salary negotiation, graduate school decision making and preparation, post-graduate services consideration, and other career concerns.
Marquette University Career Services Center Holthusen Hall, First Floor 1324 W. Wisconsin Avenue P.O. Box 1881 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881 Phone: (414) 288-7423 Fax: (414) 288-5302 email@example.com