Welcome to the career center's online resource for alumni. Use our left hand navigation bar to access tools to help you build your network, focus your job search, improve your resume and prepare for interviews. Become part of the Waves hiring Waves legacy by posting job and internship opportunities for fellow Waves, or support current students through mentoring and job preparation programs.
Explore Career Options & Build a Plan with CareerBeam
Register today to explore career options by completing skills, values, and interest assessments and other interactive elements to build your career plan in CareerBeam. Access resume templates, practice answering (and recording) interview answers, and gain access to additional industry research tools. Sign up for CareerBeam.
Meet with an industry specialist who can help you tailor your documents, job search, interviewing, and networking within your field of interest. Call 310-506-4184 to make an appointment today.
The Seaver College Career Center is proud to bring you a growing series of live and recorded Alumni Webinars!
Resume Fundamentals (20:54) June 25, 2014 Seaver Career Counselor Delvin Glymph reviews resume fundamentals that will help you stand out to hiring managers and land that interview!
The Art of Interviewing (59:02) May 28, 2014 Seaver Career Center Director Amy Adams shares valuable insight and concrete tools that will build your confidence and prepare you to ace your next interview. Learn about the commonly asked questions, how to take control of the story you want to tell and important tips on how to make a great first impression.
Job Search 101 (54:25) April 30, 2014 Seaver Career Center Staff Amy Adams, Rachael Bratlien and Marla Pontrelli review the tools you need to prepare for you job search, understand your unique value and strengthen your network. Learn about LinkedIn, Personal Branding and practical tips to avoid getting overwhelmed as you search for your next job!
Network Your Way to a New Job (0:52:25) February 7, 2014 Featuring The Muse's resident career expert and Editor-in-Chief (a dual alumna of Seaver College and the Graziadio School) Adrian Granzella Larssen