Preparing students for Rewarding Careers
Career Services at Emporia State University is committed to helping students decide on a major, develop a career plan, gain experience, find employment and apply to a graduate/professional school. Career Services also serves as a key partner to employers as they connect with and recruit Emporia State University students and alumni.
We specialize in
- Career Counseling & Testing
- Job Search Strategies
- Graduate or Professional School
Find and apply for part-time and full-time jobs, internships, career fairs, and interviews.
We offer career counseling, part-time job links, resume development and more.
Employers + Recruiters
Career Services helps employers match opportunities with high-quality ESU students.
Network with possible employers at upcoming Career Fairs.
Internships provide valuable hands-on experience and build resumes.
Services for Alumni
Alumni have access to services at no charge throughout their careers.
Career Services partners with faculty to embed career competencies into courses.
Career Services Directory
Meet our team who is dedicated to helping launch your career.
Mission + Vision
Read our mission + vision statements.
The CampusWell website contains helpful career advice from Career Services. Here you can learn more about all the dimensions of wellness through campus support offices, digital resources, and events on campus!
ESU is required by the Kansas Board of Regents to report graduation follow-up information, and Career Services needs to know the plans of recent graduates. The Destination Survey takes three minutes or less to complete and the results of the survey are presented in statistical tabulation only, with no identifying individual information revealed. The Survey will be emailed to your university account after you graduate.
Visit us on Campus:
1331 Market Street, 050 Memorial Union (lower level)
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (by appointment)
Career Outcomes Rate
Undergraduate students at ESU had a 96% career outcomes rate for the 2018-19 academic year.