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Career Packages & Fees

Services and Packages

The Career Development Center provides varying degrees of service to alumni based on packages which they can purchase for a nominal fee, as well as some free resources.

Recently Graduated Alumni = Graduated within 6 months.

Alumni = Graduate more than 6 months previously.

Career Fair Student Dress Code

What to wear to a Career Fair

Career fairs are a great place to meet your future employer. Make sure to make a great impression the minute they see you. Business casual attire is required for this year’s Career Fair. Business professional attire is also acceptable.

Business Casual

Business casual means that you should appear professional and “pulled together” yet somewhat relaxed. Suits are not required. However, make sure that your clothes are free of wrinkles and tears. Here are some general guidelines:

Career Connections Expo

The Career Connections Expo is an annual event hosted by the career development offices of the University of Illinois Springfield and other college/university partners in Springfield. The event takes annually in the Spring semester.  It is a great way to connect students, alumni, and community job seekers with employers who are looking for candidates for jobs, internships, and future connections.

Public Health - Environmental Health Careers

What Can You Do With An Graduate Degree in Public Health-Environmental Health?

MPH-Environmental Health-Related Skills

  • Collecting & Examining Data
  • Analysis of Environmental Health Problems
  • Environmental Health Planning
  • Creative Problem Solving Skills
  • Synthesizing Information
  • Apply Logic to Problems
  • Sustainable Development and Policy
  • Computer Proficiency
  • Writing Health Reports and Proposals
  • Perceive Patterns and Structures
  • Perform Health Research

Public Health Careers

What Can You Do With An Graduate Degree in Public Health?

Public Health Related Skills

  • Program Management
  • Understanding of Health Policies
  • Lobbying/Advocacy
  • Analyze Information and Data
  • Computer Skills and Software Use
  • Record Keeping
  • Information Handling
  • Understanding Laws and Ethics
  • Investigative Research
  • Interviewing Techniques
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Mathematical and Statistical Skills
  • Health Education
  • Epidemiology