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Career Resources

Whether you are exploring career paths or looking to land that first position after Furman, we have resources to help you in each step of your career journey.

Discover & Explore

Explore majors, careers, and organizations that align with your interests and goals.

Discover & Explore

Career Pathways

Delve into industry-specific content and resources related to clusters of occupations that Furman graduates traditionally pursue.

Visit our career pathways
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Gain Experience

Consider all the ways that you can gain experience, both inside and out of the classroom, to become a marketable candidate for opportunities after Furman.

Gain Experience

Resumes & Cover Letters

Create a resume that effectively markets your background, skills, and experiences to others.

Market yourself
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Job Searching & Networking

Develop an action plan to successfully navigate your job search.

Find a job

Interview Preparation

Utilize helpful preparation strategies and practice to make a great impression at your next interview.

Prepare for an interview
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Prepare for Graduate School

Determine whether you plan to pursue a graduate degree and learn about key steps to take before and during the application process.

Prepare for Graduate School

Identity Based Career Resources

Explore resources the Malone Center has collected that relate directly to specific identity groups.

Identity Based Career Resources
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YouTube video resources

Video Resources

Gain insight from the Malone Center's virtual panel and webinar archive at any time.

Access Video Resources

Request a Presentation

Have Malone Center staff give a presentation to your student organization about career readiness.

Email us to Request a Presentation
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