Network Partners

Along with extensive relationship building on campus, the Dual Career office collaborates with community and business leaders in an effort to help identify “networking resources” for clients. Fifty-one partners have been identified in both the local and regional geographical areas. The partnership works two ways – our community partners assist us in our efforts to connect our clients to suitable networking and employment contacts and we will also assist them, if any of their relocating spouses or partners has an interest in finding employment in an academic setting.

Our network is diverse and includes the following business disciplines:

  • Healthcare
  • Behavioral Health
  • Social Services
  • Local Government/Economic Development
  • Legal
  • Real Estate
  • Academic Institutions of Higher Learning
  • Community School Corporations
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Financial/Insurance
  • Manufacturing

Job Titles Of Clients Recently Placed

  • Strategic Planning Specialist
  • Laboratory Program Manager
  • Research Associate
  • Human Resources Consultant
  • Senior Engineer
  • Facilities Manager
  • Assistant Director/National Growth
  • Technical Writer
  • Research Translator
  • Director of Sales
  • IT Support Consultant
  • Administrative Coordinator/Center for Creative Computing
  • Program Manager/Development
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Administrative Assistant/Sustainability
  • Video Editor
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Teacher
  • Forecasting Analyst
  • Accommodations Specialist
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Project Manager
  • Executive Director
  • Office Manager
  • Attorney
  • Engineer-Design Product/Tooling
  • Powerplant

Dedicated clients of the Dual Career Assistance Program have been successful in obtaining both full and part-time employment opportunities in the local and regional areas. The most popular services utilized by these clients were the resume, CV and cover letter critiques, interviewing techniques and assistance with networking strategies.


“I was apprehensive about relocating and finding a challenging position. The Dual Career Office helped me in my transition and I am grateful that the University has a dedicated office for this purpose.”

“After I had the opportunity to practice interviewing with you, I was very prepared for the questions that were asked by the interviewer. The tips you gave me helped me become the lead candidate for the position I was pursuing.”

“I attended your session on Resume Writing and really appreciated the opportunity to learn the many tips that were presented on both format and content. My resume looks much better and my story is much more compelling.”

“Thanks for helping me identify my next career path. I really needed a change and the Master Fit Form was invaluable to me as I began to think of other avenues that I might want to pursue.”

“I didn’t know where to start with my cover letter. You helped me formulate a very effective letter that made the interviewer want to look at my resume.”

“I didn’t know how much was involved and how much I had to do in order to conduct a productive job search. Thanks for all of your education and coaching.”

“I want to offer the highest level of appreciation for all you are doing to help dual career couples. Thank you for all your insights and customized attention.”

“The networking opportunities you arranged for me gave me the confidence I needed to prepare for a real interview!”





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