The UMBC Career Center works with the UMBC community to empower their professional career aspirations through a variety of services.
Picture this: you worked very hard for over four years to get your college degree. You worked the same job for the entire duration of your college career, but now it’s time to move on and start your career.
Everyone always says, “Dress for the job you want, not the one you have.” That same principle applies to how you present yourself not only online, but also through your work.
With the COVID-19 pandemic happening and everything being organized virtually, there’s no better time than now to start building your professional identity online. Here are a few tips to help you get started on your online professional journey.
The UMBC Career Center empowers the campus community to succeed in their future careers by providing beneficial resources for professional development.
When it comes to professional development, UMBC encourages its students to constantly improve.
A number of UMBC IO Psychology graduate students had the honor of being nominated to attend the 2018 SIOP (Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology) Conference.
MPS degree programs go far beyond technical skills and theoretical knowledge. With the goal of professional success in mind, Master of Professional Studies degrees prepare students for leadership and management roles in their field.
When it comes to building your future, mentorships can offer many benefits. They can provide guidance necessary to take mentees to a new level.