Finding the right fit: UMD students look to land the perfect job

As students at this university consider jobs and internships, they might wonder whether it’s better to shoot for the top and try to join a big company or if it’s better to be a big fish in a small pond.

— Joel Eliach

UMD students can look toward the Career Center for tips

The University Career Center & The President’s Promise provides the resources to help students, although some are unaware of what it offers.

— Jacob Strom

UMD students enroll in PSYC 123 for career help, inspiration

In 2014, the behavioral and social sciences college and the University Career Center & The President’s Promise launched PSYC123: The Psychology Of Getting Hired.

— Chris Spencer

UMD sophomore creates, operates music recording studio out of basement

Upon meeting Elie Rizk, one would not immediately think he has a job already — he’s on his way to becoming a record producer.

— Tom Hausman

Freshman friendly: University Career Center offers tips, services

Freshmen at this university might not have many thoughts about a post-college career, but there are resources on the campus to help first-year students get started.

— Gillian Vesely

UMD offers interest-specific career fairs for students throughout semester

The annual Spring Career & Internship Fair isn’t the only option.

— Chris Spencer

Resources can help UMD students who feel stuck in career path

For a lot of students, changing their fields could seem daunting — but they can switch their paths to find rewarding and exciting ones.

— Molly McClellan