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Kinesiology Career Development Center Student Resources

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The Kinesiology Career Development Center is available to support graduate and undergraduate students through all aspects of career and professional development.

  • Career Development Programs: Each semester the Career Development Center will host career-specific workshops focusing on professional development. Carve out time in your schedule to attend these relevant programs.

  • Drop-In Advising: A career peer advisor can review your resume, cover letter, and/or LinkedIn profile. Note: Peer advising drop-in hours are not available in the spring and summer semesters. (If you're not available for drop-in hours, please email your degree, year, and availability to Drop-in hours for fall semester 2017: 

    • AT/HF/MVS majors: Tuesdays 10:30am-1:30pm and Fridays 9:30am-1:00pm;
    • SM majors: Wednesdays 2:00-5:00pm and Fridays 2:00-5:00pm.

  • Career Advising Appointments: Meet one-on-one with Career Development Center staff to discuss job or internship search strategies, networking, or salary negotiation. To schedule an appointment with Amy Fredell, email your degree and availability to

  • Self-assessments: Want to learn more about your strengths, personality, and/or interests? Increasing your self-awareness in these areas will help you make more informed career decisions. Schedule an appointment with Amy Fredell ( to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Gallup's CliftonStrengths, or the Strong Interest Inventory.  

  • Kinesiology Career Fairs: The School of Kinesiology hosts two annual fairs, the Kinesiology Career Fair and the IONM Career Fair. Attend these events to connect with recruiters from a variety of organizations. For more information about the Kinesiology Career Fair, please visit Information about the IONM Career Fair can be found at  

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    Job and Internship Opportunities: KINNECTIONS is the one-stop shop for Kinesiology career resources. View postings specific to Kinesiology students, peruse career tools and resources, and schedule a career advising appointment. Visit for more information.

  • Employer Information Sessions: The Career Development Center hosts employers interested in recruiting Kinesiology students through information sessions. Information sessions can be virtual or in-person.

  • Alumni Speaker Series: The School of Kinesiology has a very engaged alumni base. Alumni post opportunities, present programs, and help support students in their professional development. Attend these presentations to learn more about alumni career paths. 

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