Career Development Resources

For Undergraduate Students

Discover some of the top resources available to you through the Career Development Center to assist you in identifying specific job and internship opportunities, occupations and career paths, your own interests, skills, values, personality, and preferences, and more. 

Scroll down to explore recommended resources relevant to ALL Business majors.

Candid Career

Candid Career contains thousands of videos featuring information interviews with industry professionals in a wide variety of career areas sharing their unique advice and experiences to assist job seekers in many different areas of their job/internship search and overall professional development.

To access: Click the logo above, then select “Candid Career” on the following page.

Career Shift

CareerShift offers the most comprehensive online resources, designed to support the No. 1 request of job seeker: an easy to use Web site to conduct and organize their job search. 

CareerShift is only available to current students and graduates of Belmont University. The following login will be used to verify your association with Belmont University. Once your information has been validated, you will be linked to a page containing the registration instructions to enter the CareerShift site.

Focus 2

Focus is a self-paced career guidance tool designed to assist you with self-assessment and career exploration. The assessment will profile your interest, skills, values, personality, and preferences. You many then explore occupations and career paths that match your profiles and use the tools available to narrow down your options, map your career goals, and solidify your plans.

Focus is only available to current students and graduates of Belmont University. The following login will be used to verify your association with Belmont University.


Handshake is the career management platform that contains job and internship postings from both local and national employers. Employers who have reached out directly to Belmont have job posting her.

In addition to searching for positions, students can also view upcoming events, schedule an appointment with a career coach, create a profile and submit a resume that can be viewed by employers, and more.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Get information on hundreds of occupations, including job summaries, education required, and average pay from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Video Bio

VideoBio is a digital platform that provides interview training and the opportunity for students/alumni to create a Video introduction to showcase your skills.

New to Video Bio? Register by clicking HERE.


What Can I Do Which My Major?

Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, “What Can I Do With This Major” will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.

Other Career Resources

Click here to view other career resources available to Belmont students and graduates from the Belmont University Career Development Team. This page includes links to external websites that may be useful in searching for positions in specific industries. For example, there are links specifically for those looking for jobs in business, government, healthcare, hospitality and tourism, IT, non-profit, and more!”

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