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Faculty and Staff

Miami University Regional Faculty and Staff, are essential in assisting students in developing the knowledge and skills needed to formulate and conduct a successful career plan.  We invite you to learn more about our services, and look forward to partnering with you to meet the career needs of our students.

Resources for the Classroom

Career Services & Professional Development provides resources for use in the classroom on a variety of career and job-search related topics.  As well, we have several online tools to assist students in their career research.

Career Preparation Workbook and Guides

Telling Your Story is a guide, designed to help students reflect on skills and how to incorporate these in your Elevator Pitch, cover letter, interview, etc. 

The Career Services & Professional Development office also offers guides and materials in several areas

Career Services, Miami Oxford, provides the Miami University Career Development Series. These comprehensive instructional guides include the following

Online Tools and Resources


LinkedIn is the leading professional network on the web used to connect with classmates, faculty/staff, and industry professionals as well as to discover new opportunities for internships and full-time positions.

Optimal Resume

Optimal Resume is a comprehensive, web-based application for students to create resumes. However, our office finds the interviewing help on the site invaluable. Students can engage in a mock interview, choosing the type of interview questions or selecting a more random interaction. 

Refer Your Students

The career planning process takes place throughout a student’s career at Miami. Students must be purposeful and deliberate, plan early, and use the many resources available to them. We encourage you to refer your students to the Career, Co-op & Internship Services office to assist students in this process. 

Individual Career Advising

Career advising is a one-on-one process that emphasizes appraisal of knowledge & skills, exploration through co-ops, internships and other experiences, and job-search skills. Topics of discussion range from:

  • Career Planning
  • Resume/cover letter critique
  • Interview skills
  • Co-op / Internship opportunities
  • Networking
  • Job search strategies

Partner With Us

Request a Career Workshop

Email or Call us at 513-785-3113 (MUH) or 513-217-4030 (MUM) if you would like to have a Career Services & Professional Development staff member visit your class to speak on career and employment-related topics. Please schedule well ahead of time so we can customize our presentation to the needs of your particular class.