Resources from the University Career Center

The University Career Center (UCC) serves the entire University of Michigan community. Taubman College students can take advantage of several resources that are accessible to all students at the university. Some of the most commonly used resources are listed below; additional resources can be found on the University Career Center website.

The Clothes Closet

This program allows U-M students to obtain business casual and business professional attire from a wide selection donated by U-M faculty, staff, alumni, and community members. Students can select 3 items per semester from the Clothes Closet at no cost.

Visit the Clothes Closet page on the University Career Center website to learn more. Schedule an appointment to visit the Clothes Closet through Handshake.

Identity Focused Toolkits

To advance the University’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion commitment, the University Career Center has created Identity Focused Toolkits. These resources are designed to assist students in navigating the career development process while remaining true to themselves and the various elements of their identities.

Inclusion of a resource in an identity toolkit does not imply University Career Center or University endorsement of the particular organization, opportunity, or resource described. Descriptions of a resource are taken from the external site and the University is not responsible for the content.

Big Interview

Students can prepare for interviews using the campus-wide resource Big Interview. Log in using your U-M credentials to conduct practice interviews, review industry specific interview questions, and much more.

Resume Worded

Free for University of Michigan students, Resume Worded analyzes job descriptions using AI to identify important keywords and skills and optimize your resume.

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