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Schedule a Meeting

Appointments with the Career Center can be scheduled via Handshake.

If you have not used Handshake before, you do have an account already set up that just needs to be activated. Login with you Metro email and then your Star ID password.

Once you have logged in you will need to select “Career Center” (on the top right corner) on the home page and then “Appointments” (on the left.) Follow the prompts and you will be directed to find a meeting time that works best for your schedule.

If you have problems with this process, please reach out to the Career Center by emailing or you can call the office at 651-793-1528.


  • If you have graduated since 2015, a Handshake account awaits you. To access your account, log in with your email and Star ID password. If you need assistance recalling this information, visit Star ID Self Service.
  • If you graduated before 2015, please contact the Career Center to request setting up an account by emailing or you can call the office at 651-793-1528.

Meet with a Career Counselor

Students and Alumni are invited to meet with staff in the Career Center to gain support throughout their career.

Meet with the Career Center to:

  • Explore your career options
  • Learn new and effective job search strategies
  • Develop or enhance a resume and cover letters
  • Complete a mock interview or learn about interviewing best practices
  • Prepare for networking events, like job fairs or informational interviews
  • Connect with employers and internship opportunities
  • and so much more. If it relates to your career, the Career Center is here to help.

As you prepare to meet with the Career Center, we ask that you keep in mind that your career path is truly a journey. All of your goals may not be accomplished in one meeting, but you are encouraged to consider your meeting as a step in the right direction. Many people expect their career path to be a simple straight path from point A to point B. The reality is that most people find their path through trying new things, meeting new people, and gaining exposure to new experiences that they previously had not known about.