The Career Services Center provides the following resources as a reference for the convenience of Ashland University incoming students, alumni, families and visitors. Incoming students, current students and alumni are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Career Specialist for individual and personalized assistance. Current students can access additional career resources at the Career Services Center page on myAU.
The Four-Year Career Development Plan provides suggestions for ways Ashland University students can develop career-related skills and experience during each year of their time at Ashland University. With a little advanced planning, students can develop a solid resume and with a variety of experiences by graduation.
Undecided on a major or on a career path within your major? The Career Services Center has a number of resources which may help with deciding on a career path and getting started on that path.
Resumes and cover letters are some of the most critical tools on a job search. This page presents some brief advice on writing a resume or cover letter. For additional assistance, students and alumni can consult the Resume Writing Guide or Cover Letter Guide, or seek assistance from the staff of the CSC.
This page presents some general assistance on the process of searching for a job or internship.
Is a graduate degree in your future or required for your future profession? This page lists some of the resources available to students preparing for graduate or professional school opportunities.
This site introduces the Career Services Center's most highly-recommended online resources: Eagle Exploration, Going Global, AU Career Connect, CareerShift, NEOIntern and Glassdoor.
The SOAR (Seeking Opportunities, Achieving Results) Program was launched in the fall of 2011 through a partnership between Ashland University’s Alumni and Parent Relations Office and the Career Services Center. The mission of the program is to provide an opportunity to connect current students with Ashland University graduates or friends of Ashland University for the purpose of career exploration.