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Marquette University
Career Services Center

Holthusen Hall, First Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Avenue
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7423
Fax: (414) 288-5302
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ABout Us

The entire staff is available to provide comprehensive career education and employment services for undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.

As you explore our web site you will find that many of our services and resources are accessible online. In addition, you may find that a personal visit through an individual appointment with a career counselor or a 15-minute drop-in appointment with a career intern will best suit your needs. We also welcome questions by telephone or e-mail.

Whatever mode you use to access our services know that we strive to deliver personalized one-on-one service.

We look forward to serving you!



Laura F. Kestner-Ricketts
Director, Marquette University Career Services Center


Mission Statement

Teaching students how to prepare now for professional success after Marquette

 

Values Statement

Education

  1. We make career education accessible to all students to foster growth and clarity of purpose.
  2. We are driven to equip students with the capability and confidence to achieve professional success.

Discovery

  1. We challenge ourselves and others to explore and be inquisitive.
  2. We encourage students to accept opportunities to become more aware of themselves and the world around them.

Support

  1. We partner with students, parents, staff, and employers to create a caring and cooperative environment for career development.
  2. We work with optimism, resourcefulness, and integrity in our daily interactions as a team.

Commitment

  1. We prompt students to mindfully travel through college, to career and beyond.
  2. We strive to deliver the most relevant career resources and services.

Learning Outcomes (Revised: Summer 2013)

  1. After participation in Career Services, the student is able to:
  2. Integrate self-identified interests, skills, and values to determine at least three satisfying occupational characteristics.
  3. Use appropriate resources to gather factual information about career fields of interest.
  4. Evaluate information about self and career fields of interest in order to select top career fields.
  5. Formulate one or more occupational target(s) based on satisfying occupational characteristics and information about top career fields of interest.

Additional information and measures of these learning outcomes.