Career Services

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Welcome!

Whether you are a University or Classified staff employee seeking to develop your career or a supervisor or a manager working with employees to achieve their career goals, this website provides information and resources to assist you and classes to support your career development.

Tools include:

  • Career development resources to help

    (1) Enrich your current job,

    (2) Progress within your career field or

    (3) Transition into another position.

  • Valuable resources on UVa’s Job Families, subfamilies, and job titles.

  • Career assessments

  • Workshops

  • Valuable job search skills including resume writing, the art of interviewing and developing personal and social networks.

We invite you to explore this site for information on ways to plan and develop your career, and invite your comments and suggestions by emailing Holly Heilberg at hollyh@virginia.edu. Please check back often as we continue to add new resources.

We offer a variety of programs and services to help you develop and enhance your career in addition to other valuable resources to assist with this process.

The following is a list of some of the workshops we offer at various times during the year:

  • Taking charge of your career

  • Reaching your professional development goals

  • Resume and cover letter writing

  • The art of interviewing

  • Career revitalization strategies

  • Social networking to develop your career

  • The five “P’s” of professional development

  • Deciding how to use and maximize your education benefits

  • Career development for international employees, the new employee, employees planning for retirement, and the new parent

Additional services include:

  • “Morning coffee with conversation” sessions

  • Bi-monthly “blogs” highlighting relevant and timely career information

  • A lending library

  • Speed networking sessions to connect with other professionals

  • Limited one-on-one career advising - Please complete this Inquiry Form (Select Career Development Services for the subject area) and let us know how we can assist you.

(NOTE: Employees who attend appointments with supervisor permission may record their time as hours worked.)

For further information contact Holly Heilberg at hollyh@virginia.edu or by phone at 434.924.4343.