Supporting Career Goals
As an alumnus of Millikin University, the services of the Career Center are free to you. Click on the topics to the right to access information and services to assist you in the career development process. If you don't see what you are looking for, please feel free to contact our office at 217.424.6294 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Tools and Resources
Technology is an important tool in the career development process. We've built a robust collection of tools and resources designed to aid in your career search.
Make sure you have the best way to manage your credentials and application materials. Interfolio, the premier application portfolio management service, is now available to students at Millikin University. Interfolio is the easiest and most affordable way for a prospective teacher to apply for a teaching position, a PhD to send academic credentials to a search committee, or an undergraduate to send application materials to graduate and professional schools.
Faculty and Staff Resources
Let the Career Center help enhance your course by getting career-related information into the classroom. Additionally, we offer resources to assist you in integrating service learning into the curriculum.
Graduate Success Reports
The Annual Success Report, also called the Graduate First Destination Report, shares information and data about where our graduates end up following graduation. In compliance with national standards and protocols as set forth by the National Association of Colleges & Employers, our survey collects data on career and educational outcomes of our most recent graduates.
Parent and Family Resources
As the parent or family member of a college student you may have questions about how you can help support and guide your student in his/her educational development and career development. Click on any of the articles to the left to learn more about career development and your student.
You should find everything you need to assist you in the career development process on this website. This shouldn't take the place of person-to-person assistance, but is meant to supplement it. Please visit our center in Shilling Hall 103.