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Former Students and Community Members

Former Students and Community Members

Career planning is a process that involves learning about yourself, exploring career fields, understanding the job market, making career decisions, preparing for the job search and learning lifelong job search skills. The Career Center provides the following resources and services, at no charge, to former students to assist them with this career process.

Virtual Career Library

Research different careers, industry trends, salaries and employers using a wide variety of more than 300 books, newspapers and periodicals.

Job Search Handouts

Use these guidelines for direction on how to complete each step of the job search process:

Cover Letters Job Search Tips Scannable Résumé
Dressing for an Interview Networking Staffing Agencies
Informational Interview Persons with Disabilities
Interviewing Résumé Writing

Do What You Are®

Do What You Are® is a proven and trusted, personality type self-assessment based on the best-selling book of the same name. Designed to reveal how and where students will be most successful, Do What You Are integrates a detailed personality report with a career database.

Click on the logo to register for an account and access the self-assessment. After completing the assessment, contact the Career Development Center and schedule an appointment with a career specialist to review the results of your assessment.

The Bear Network

Brookhaven College students and community employers now have access to the Bear Network, our latest jobs posting system. Find and advertise available positions, create a personalized profile and more.