Your Career Services Advisor is here to assist you with any professional development related needs you may have. This can include resume review, mock interview practice, job search strategy, industry knowledge and coaching support. The Career Services Advisor also connects graduates with opportunities posted by potential employers when possible, and works to build positive relationships with employers in the community to advocate for Rasmussen Graduates. Career Services support is available for the life of your career – be sure to frequently connect with your Career Services Advisor to update them on your current needs.
Programs supported: Business Management, Finance, Healthcare Management, Supply Chain & Logistics, Medical Administration, Health & Wellness
Contact Stephanie: email@example.com
Programs Supported: Accounting, Human Resources, Human Services, Marketing, School of Technology, School of Design
Contact Randy: firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to a wealth of academic support content, LearningExpress also contains an extensive collection of resources to help you start of advance your career in your chosen field. Visit the Career Preparation section of Learning Express to browse tutorial content and ebooks to help you leverage your experience to land the job you want. Topics include career changes, job searching, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and social networking.
Click here to learn how to register for a Learning Express account.
Not sure how to get started? Once you've started a resume, portfolio, or cover letter, look for the Help icon at the top right of the menu, and select 'Product Tour,' 'FAQ,' or 'Video Help' for more information about using the builder.
A cover letter’s purpose is to connect and motivate the reader with your interest for the position in which you are applying. Your letter should be concise and compliment your resume, not duplicate. This is a good place to explain why you are a good fit, list a few soft skills, name connections or personal referrals to the company, etc. Keep it simple and professional. Cover letters are not as commonly used today as they have been in the past but employers still see the value, so be prepared.
There is a second search option on the website to review careers posted through NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers). Click the down arrow on Jobs, located on the left hand side and you will see “NACElink Extended Job Search”.
Resume Books are active and organized by program of study. To participate, click on the drop down arrow under “Documents” located along the left hand column in Job Connect. Choose “Approved” and add new document. Now that your resume is loaded, click on “Opt-In Books”. Click on the green box “Add Resume” to allow employers to view your resume. It is highly recommended that you contact your Career Services Advisor for a resume review prior to uploading.
If you have not already registered, the process is simple. Just follow these steps:
2. Click on "Student/Alumni"
3. Click on "Register" (it is free)
4. Fill out your profile information
5. Your registration will be reviewed within 24 – 48 business hours of submission
6. Once your registration is accepted, be sure to upload a copy of your resume
7. When your registration is complete you can login to the database to search jobs posted at Rasmussen University and across the country
Come to the interview confident and prepared! Interviewers will expect you to have done your research and be familiar with their company. Learn about the company (especially if it's a large public company!) and industry using the library databases below. You'll find information about: company history, key executives, financials, number of employees, competitors, and much more! Additionally, explore various sections of the company's website, and come prepared with intelligent questions!