Information about graduate schools, prerequisites and admissions testing is available in the Career Resource Room at Evangel University, located in Student Union 107.
The following is a sampling of the books available for review:
- Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Programs (Specific by Major)
- Index of Majors and Graduate Degrees
- Barron’s Guide to Medical & Dental Schools
- Guide to MBA Programs
- Guide to LSAT
- GMAT Information Bulletins
- GRE Sample Tests, Information, & Registration Bulletins
- MCAT Success
- Official Study Guide to CLEP Exams
Links to Graduate Schools & Professional Programs
What can I do with my major?
Below are some links that can help you.
MyMajors.com — Do you need to find a college major? A minor? MyMajors provides useful advice on college majors that a college student with your interests and achievements might do well in. You decide whether MyMajors’s recommendations make sense. Compare these suggestions with those of your counselor, your faculty, and your parents, as well as with your own thoughts and ideas. Keep in mind, this program is only one of many tools you can use. For more information or to receive an access code, come by Career Development in the LifeWorks office.
Major to Career Converter — Wonder what you can do with your major? Trying to decide what major will help you land your dream job? This is the tool for you.
You may also want to refer to General Career Links (below) and Career Links by Major.
|General Career Links|
|America’s Career Infonet||A comprehensive source of occupational and economic information to help you make informed career decisions.|
|America’s Job Bank||Sponsored by the Public Workforce Development System, this site provides information about employers, the job market, state openings and search tips.|
|Career Mosaic||Online job fairs, resume posting, job searches, international career opportunities.|
|Christian College Job Openings||Listing of academic and staff position openings within the CCCU.|
|Christian Net||Job openings in Christian organizations nationwide.|
|Crosswalk.com||Access to over 2 million sites, students can post resumes and conduct job searches at Christian organizations.|
|JobWeb||Job openings and information published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).|
|NaceLink||Online job posting board and resume databank|
|MissouriCareerSource.com||Database of job/career opportunities in Missouri.|
|Monster Jobs||Comprehensive site helps students look up job openings and research companies.|
|Newspapers Worldwide||Search the classified ads in your local newspaper for professional positions.|
|The Riley Guide||An excellent alphabetical listing of extensive career links! This site provides resources for most careers!|
|Salary Surveys||Profession-specific salary surveys.|
Search thousands of entry level jobs and internships available with local, state, or federal government on CampusGov.
Join GovLoop, the premier social network for government connecting over 30,000 federal, state and local employees, contractors and academics.
Whether you call it a dossier, credential file, or portfolio, make sure you have the best way to manage your credentials!
Interfolio is an online credentials management service that is available to Evangel University students and alumni. Interfolio is the cheapest and easiest way for a PhD to send academic credentials to a search committee, an undergraduate to send application materials to graduate and professional schools, or a teacher to apply for a teaching position.
Interfolio’s Internet service allows you to build an internet portfolio – a complete file of all your credentials – where you can store any of your life’s work:
- Confidential letters of recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae
- Writing samples
- Dissertation abstract
- Supervising teacher evaluation
- Student & peer evaluations
- Transcripts - from all of your degrees
- Anything else that you need to complete your search.
You have 24/7 access to your portfolio, from anywhere in the world. Completing your applications will take minutes instead of days and cost less than a trip to a copy store and post office.
What you get:
24 hour access: Our system is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from anywhere in the world so you can manage your job search when and where you want.
Single package delivery Interfolio allows you to put all the documents you need to apply for a position in one package.
Targeted, customized deliveries You can specify a unique set of documents for each delivery. And you can specify the order in which your materials are packaged so your presentation is powerful and persuasive.
Low Cost Since you need only send one delivery to each position, you save money and headaches; it’s cheaper to send a 30 page delivery through Interfolio than to go to Kinko’s and the US Post Office.
Self managed files With Interfolio you have control of your portfolio. You don’t have to rely on others to make intelligent decisions about what documents are delivered on your behalf.
Lightning-Fast Delivery We send every delivery within one business day of your request. If you need to meet a deadline, we can send express deliveries the same day (as long as you make the request by 2 PM EST).
To Create a New Account:
It takes just two minutes to create an account and begin building your portfolio immediately. Account set-up and maintenance fees are as low as $15 a year. Sign-up now.
Contact Interfolio for more information.
StrengthsQuest: Discover and Develop Your Strengths in Academics, Career, and Beyond helps you better understand your talents, teaches you how to build them into strengths, and provide insights into how you can apply them to academics and other interests. For more information about the use of this tool, come by Career Development in the LifeWorks office.
FOCUS is an internet based career and education planning system designed to provide Evangel students with personalized career and education exploration and planning services. FOCUS is easy to use, provides complete self-assessment tools, and contains the most comprehensive occupational and educational information database for use by students available. Come by our office in the Student Union, Suite 107, to pick up a FOCUS keycode.
O*Net Online is an interactive occupational site which provides skill matching and occupational matching for individuals. The O*Net site also draws from Holland’s Theory of Careers and RIASEC model.
What Color is Your Parachute? Dick Bolles, Guide to Internet Job Hunting is a great resource for online career assessment and planning!
JobWeb This site includes articles published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Occupational Outlook Handbook This resource describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
Salary Expert This link provides you with critical data regarding expected starting salaries and maximum expected career earnings for over 4,000 jobs, as well as information regarding cost of living differentials for 7200+ North American cities.
Recommended Resources and Books
Résumé Guides, Interviewing Techniques, and Job Search
101 Grade “A” Résumés for Teachers
Electronic Job Search Revolution
Electronic Résumé Revolution
From College to Career
How to Get The Teaching Job You Want
Résumés in Cyberspace
The Curriculum Vitae Handbook
The Job Hunting Handbook
The Résumé Solution
Graduate Programs, Graduate Degrees, and Other Undergrad Schools
Barron’s Guide to Medical and Dental Schools
Christian Colleges and Universities
Christian School Directory 2002
Directory of CIHE Affiliated Institutions
Guide to Undergraduate and Graduate Education in Urban and Regional Planning
Index of Majors and Graduate Degrees
Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Programs (Specific by Major)
Careers, Job Directories, and Volunteer Opportunities
Careers in Communications and Entertainment
Directory of Public Schools Systems in the US
Environmental Careers in the 21st Century
Great Jobs for … (Volumes divided into majors)
Health Care Job Explosion
International Jobs Directory
National Directory of Law Enforcement Administration
Occupational Outlook Handbook
US Directory of Entertainment Employees
Your Criminal Justice Career
Majoring in the Rest of Your Life
Vault Career Guide to International Careers
Church Directory – The General Council of the Assemblies of God
Ministers & Missionaries of the General Council of the Assemblies of God Official List
Personal And Professional Effectiveness
Teacher Certification Requirements in all Fifty States
The Right Job for You
Unlocking Your Sixth Suitcase
Test Preparation Books
GMAT Information Bulletins
MCAT Success (MCAT: Comprehensive Review)
Official Study Guide To CLEP Exams
A Guide To English Language, Literature, and Composition: Content Knowledge
A Guide To Elementary Education: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
A Guide To Social Studies: Content Knowledge
CBEST (two copies)
Cliffs Quick Review: Algebra II
Cliffs Quick Review: Biology
Cliffs Quick Review: Chemistry
Cliffs Quick Review: Statistics
GRE Study Guide
Crash Course for the GRE
Math Review for the GRE
Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test
Math Review for Standardized Tests
Monarch’s Preparation for the Miller Analogies Test
Praxis Series: NTE Biology and General Science
Preparation for the Praxis Series: Praxis II Exam
Two Real LSAT’s Explained
The Praxis Series NTE Core Battery
Verbal Review For Standardized Tests
GRE Practicing to Take the General Test 10th Edition
Cliffs ACT Preparation Guide
LSAT 180 (Kaplan)
GRE Exam 2004 Ed. (Kaplan)
Barron’s PCAT (2nd Edition)
Kaplan’s DAT (2nd Edition)
GRE CAT Success