The Career Center at NDMU leverages the liberal arts to foster career readiness competencies. We engage the University’s network to infuse career education into academic and experiential learning to help you develop as a professional. This transformation begins the moment you arrive on campus and never stops. Continuous re-invention is the new reality and we’re here to help both students and alum navigate that process.

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Supporting Your Career Success

To provide the advice and encouragement you need to successfully navigate the job market, our career services include:

  • Career Counseling and Coaching
  • Career Assessments
  • Resume and Cover Letter Assistance
  • Interview Coaching and Mock Interviews
  • Job Search Guidance
  • Online Jobs and Internships Bank
  • Career Fair Preparation

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Career Fair Success

Alum, NDMU Class of 2016 Political Science

Kylie came to the spring Career Fair prepared with high hopes of making a connection with potential employers, but didn't know just how big of an impact this one event would have. As a result of her networking that day, she landed an analyst position with the U.S. Department of Defense and she credits her success to her NDMU education. "The liberal arts foundation NDMU provides helped me develop as a whole person as well as an academic. It instilled a strong work ethic in me and I was prepared to do a lot of writing." Kylie also notes the close relationships with faculty and the mentoring she received during her four years as an important part of her career development.

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