The Kinesiology Career Development Center is available to support graduate and undergraduate students through all aspects of career and professional development.
Introducing Handshake: The Kinesiology Career Development Center is excited to announce that we are partnering with the University Career Center (UCC) to enhance, optimize, and streamline our job posting system! Beginning Winter 2020 semester, Handshake is replacing our current online job search and career event management system, KINNECTIONS. Learn more on our Handshake page.
Kinesiology Career Tools. Please bookmark its new Google Drive link (http://myumi.ch/yKORn)! Kinesiology Career Tools is an expansive online collection of 140+ career resources specific to the needs of Kinesiology disciplines, interests, and goals. Strategize your job, internship, or job--shadow search by making use of tip sheets and previous programs focusing on resumes and cover letters, interviewing, offer negotiations, and much more.
Career Coordinator Advising - Now Virtual! Please email Amy Fredell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kelli Kearly (email@example.com) to request an appointment. Be sure to include your degree and weekly availability. Amy is available for Athletic Training, Applied Exercise Science, Health & Fitness, and Movement Science majors, and provides career assessments for all majors and degree levels. Kelli is available for Sport Management undergraduate and graduate students.
We want to ensure full and equitable participation for virtual career advising. If an accommodation would promote your full participation, include your accommodation requirements in your email to your career advisor.
Career Peer Advising Drop-In Hours will resume in Fall 2020
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 kines.umich.edu/careerfair. Information about the IONM Career Fair can be found at kines.umich.edu/ionm-career-fair.
Career Development Programs: The Career Development Center facilitates career-specific workshops focusing on professional development. Carve out time in your schedule to attend these relevant programs.
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.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Gallup's CliftonStrengths, or the Strong Interest Inventory.