Career Services at Ashford University
As an Ashford University student or alumnus, you are given every resource you can use to navigate the challenges of today’s job market. By working with Career Services, you can search for jobs, plan your career, and reach your greatest potential.
Visit “My Career” in your Student Portal to start your journey at Ashford University’s Career and Professional Development Center.
You can also contact Career Services at 866.974.5700 ext. 20057, or email email@example.com to take advantage of these features:
- Career guidance
- Job postings and job search assistance
- Resume and Cover Letter reviews and guidance
- Resume Builder
- Interview preparation and practice
- Individualized career coaching
- Networking skills and strategies
- Professional development webinars
- Skills and personality assessments
Your Career Roadmap
The working world is constantly evolving, and your approach to your career will need to evolve as well. Ashford University Career Services will provide you with coaching and guidance that follows a seven-step process of career development. It begins with an understanding of yourself and your career goals, and then focuses on specific ways to pursue those goals and yield the best results. This approach requires a commitment to revisiting the process and setting new goals as your career moves forward. By approaching career development as a holistic process, you will set yourself on the right path and stay at the top of your game.
The Career Development Process
Disclaimer: Career Services abides by the principles of professional conduct set forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) www.naceweb.org. The University's courses, programs, and services are designed to prepare students and graduates for further study or to pursue employment in their field of study or related field; however, the University does not guarantee that students or graduates will be placed in any particular position or employment. Any statistics referenced on its website and attributed to a source other than the University have not been independently verified by the University.