Career Services, part of the Center for Student Success, provides resources and assistance relating to major, career, and graduate school exploration; part-time, internship, and full-time job searches; professional skills and career development.
A few resources include:
Online tools for job searches, resume writing, and practice interviews.
Individualized appointments to discuss career exploration, major selection, job searches, and more.
Career Assessment (FOCUS)
The FOCUS career assessment, is a tool to explore career and major possibilities tailored to your unique strengths and interests. This self-assessment encourages you to think about career readiness as you examine career and educational goals, academic strengths, career planning status, and personal development needs.
The online FOCUS is available for you at any time.
As you register, you will need an access code. Come by the Center for Student Success office in Zimmerman 208, or email Shannon McClure at firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Programs and Testing:
Explore Graduate Schools & Professional Programs
- Evangel’s Graduate Studies Evangel University
- Medical Colleges Association of American Medical Colleges.
- Law Schools Law School Admissions Council
Explore the following resources to prepare for graduate school or professional programs:
- GRE Testing Graduate Record Exam online
- MCAT for Medical School
- LSAT for Law School
- GMAT for Business School
- DAT for Dental School
- PCAT for Pharmacy School
Jobs and Career Information
Part-time jobs, summer jobs, temporary jobs, and full-time career positions are posted in our online jobs database.
|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 Builder||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.|
|Indeed||General job search resource that aggregates jobs from various sites.|
|JobWeb||Job openings and information published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).|
|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.|
|Salary Surveys||Profession-specific salary surveys.|
|USA Jobs||The official website for United States government jobs.|
|Zip Recruiter||General job search resources and job listings.|
Gallup Strengths Center helps you better understand your talents, teaches you how to build them into strengths, and provides insight into how you can apply them to academics and other interests. For more information about the use of this tool, contact Dr. Jon Spence.
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. Stop by the Center for Student Success for the access code.
O*Net Online is an interactive occupational site which provides skill matching and occupational matching for individuals.
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.
We are here to help you with resume and cover lettering writing, job interview skills and techniques, and graduate school assistance. Contact Shannon McClure to schedule an appointment.