Career Services

The Career Services Center can assist you with career exploration, confident and professional self-marketing, LinkedIn networking, developing successful job search techniques, interview preparation and our Northwood University Career Resources.

We provide many career-related activities and events, including our Career Fairs, Business Etiquette Dinner program, on-campus interviews, employer information sessions and professional workshops.


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Career Resources at NU


We aim to help you think about what you want in terms of short and long-term employment. Together we can create a career plan based on industry information, or simply identify elements that you value in a job. We will look at skills, talents, interests, passions and values, and the current employment landscape. To schedule, set up an appointment on Handshake. As an alumnus, you have Career Services for Life; create an account using your personal email address.

Job Search


Northwood University gives you exclusive access to premier career services tools, including top job boards for students and alumni.

You can click any of the logos above to visit these resources.

Resume Assistance

According to Martin Yate, CPC and author of Knock ‘em Dead – The Ultimate Job Search Guide, “Your resume is the most financially important document you will even own.” (2016)

We will review your resume and cover letter to ensure correct grammar and formatting, and that nothing is left out — and it will be ready to go! To schedule, set up an appointment on Handshake.


The Career Services Center provides a number of career-related activities and events including a Career Fair, Business Etiquette Dinner Program, on-campus interviews and professional workshops.



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