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Non-Traditional Students -- A Guide to UNLV Libraries

Getting started

UNLV provides its students and alumni with a variety of career services to help write resumes, prepare for interviews, explore career paths and more. The guide linked below provides a general overview to the career resources UNLV offers, along with links to more in depth information and services.

Click here to access a Career Resources LibGuide that provides career information and resources. 

Career centers and services

UNLV Career Services is a great place to start your job hunt! Career services can help you with resume building, interview preparation, and access to job and internship opportunities.

Along with UNLV Career Services certain colleges and resource centers on campus have their own career resources. The following list details different career services offered and who can utilize these services.

The Boughner Career Center serves Harrah College of Hospitality students and alumni.

Engineering Career Services serves students and alumni in the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering.

The Career Development Office serves students and alumni in the William S. Boyd School of Law.

The Military and Veteran Services Center serves Veterans and military members attending UNLV. Click here for Veteran career resources.

Career exploration

Finding the right career path or job can be hard. Taking career assessments, learning about different careers, preparing for interviews, and creating great resumes and cover letters can make the process easier.

Click here to access resources such as career assessments, resume tips, and other career exploration resources.

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