Career Center

Career Planning and Placement

The Career Planning and Placement Office provide training support for workforce development that prepares students for employment, improves their life skills and advances their personal growth.  The following services are provided by the Career Planning and Placement Office: Career Skills assessments; resume writing assistance and critiquing for career-related activities; internship and co-op opportunities; job listings for full-time and part-time jobs; career fairs; employability skills workshops and seminars; research on graduate and employer satisfaction; announcements of  job vacancies submitted by employers throughout the region; application screenings and employment referrals; and on-site recruitment opportunities to employers.

Mrs. Annie Sandie Moise

Career Services Director



Mr. Jean-Yves Pierre

Career Services Assistant


Walk-ins are welcome from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Monday through Thursday. Appointments are available after noon on Monday through Thursday. Students are seen on Fridays by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please contact Mrs. Annie Sandie Moise at 509-4014-6464

Job Preparation Assistance

  • Resume Writing Assistance and Critiques
  • Career Portfolio
  • Dressing for Success Tips
  • Interviewing Tips
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • The Follow-up to Include Thank You Letters

 Job Search Assistance

  • Job Boards Second at the Hallway
  • Computerized Job Search
    • Department of Labor Job Bank
    • State Job Banks
    • Federal Job Banks
  • International Job Information
  • Referral Opportunities
  • Co-op Information

Job Search Resources

  • Automated Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • Career Fairs
  • Cover Letter Software
  • Resume Writing Software
  • Interviewing Software
  • Salary Negotiation Software
  • Employability Skills Software
  • On-line Employer Research
  • Career Resource Library

Academic Affairs

The Academic Affairs department focuses on issues related to undergraduate education, including academic advising, school curricula and school programs, instructional technology, and global curriculum development and academic policies. The department is responsible to convene the meetings of the Advising Deans and assists the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs in coordinating the activities of the Program Committee, the Academic Committee, the Academic affairs Committee and the faculty committee  of the University.