CAREER SERVICES OFFERS ASSISTANCE WITH CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYER RELATIONS.
Tusculum University Office of Career Services provides assistance to students with developing pathways for career development and preparation to transition from the classroom to graduate school or the world of work.
Since career development occurs over a lifetime, students are encouraged to explore the resources posted on this website and take an active role in career preparation, during each year of study, in order to become “career ready.”
Universities and recruiting employers throughout the country have developed eight career readiness competencies through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
NACE DEFINITION OF CAREER READINESS
Career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace.
To learn more about the NACE career readiness competencies go to the website at www.naceweb.org.
ARE YOU CAREER READY?
Identify and effectively articulate skills, strengths, knowledge, work-relevant experiences and areas of growth to navigate job options and continue to assess, identify, and pursue opportunities for future professional development and career growth.
Develop collaborative relationships with coworkers from multiple diverse populations and viewpoints, developing a strong team of colleagues, who display the ability to manage conflicts and thrive.
Demonstrate the effective work habits of punctuality, working productively with others, time management, professional work image, personal accountability, integrity, and ethical conduct.
Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
Implement sound reasoning and analytic skills to make decisions and develop solutions to problems.
Communicate thoughts and ideas clearly to a variety of persons in multiple settings and demonstrate strong public speaking skills to ensure the message is heard.
Utilize appropriate technology to complete tasks ethically and effectively, while demonstrating nimble adaptability to utilize new technologies.
Recognize, develop, and utilize the strengths of others to achieve common goals by implementing genuine empathy and other strong interpersonal skills to guide and motivate others.
Communicate openness, inclusiveness, sensitivity, and respectful interaction with all people from multiple diverse populations and viewpoints, understanding individual differences.
CAREER READINESS RESOURCES
Students, Alumni & Employers are invited to create an account on the TU job and resume posting site at
COLLEGE CENTRAL NETWORK (CCN).
Career Events for 2018-2019 are updated regularly at 2018-2019 CAREER EVENTS.
(Check back often for new updates to schedule!)
CAREER & GRADUATE FAIR
CAREER READINESS LECTURES
EMPLOYER RECRUITING EVENTS
GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS
& OTHER CAREER READINESS EVENTS
DROP-IN/CALL-IN HOURS: Greeneville #405 Niswonger: Monday-Friday (3:00-4: 00 pm) (Most weekdays)
GREENEVILLE OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday (9:00 AM- 5:00 PM)
KNOXVILLE OFFICE HOURS
Most 2nd & 4th Tuesdays (4:00-6:00 PM)
MORRISTOWN OFFICE HOURS
(By appointment only)
The career services office is closed during regular school holidays and staff vacations.
The staff holiday schedule is listed at HOLIDAY SCHEDULE 2018-2019
Contact Ms. Robin E. Lay to schedule an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423.636.7447.
Evening appointments available, as schedule permits.