U.S. News & World Report encourages students to take advantage of college career center help prior to graduation.
Excerpt: Experts at American University, the University of Notre Dame and Mesa Community College, plus an Ernst & Young hiring manager who recruits on university campuses, spoke to U.S. News to offer their best advice for how to make the most out of the college career center. ..."A lot of times students come to college thinking, 'I want to have a job where I make a lot of money, period, the end,'" says Kris Bliss, director of student services at Mesa Community College. "They're not thinking about, 'Is this my passion? Is this a field I want to stay in for the rest of my life?' Come in and talk with a career adviser, who will pose the question, 'Why are you choosing this field?'"