The Locks Career Center offers a wide array of services useful to masters’ candidates during their graduate experience. Along with resources such as the electronic job bank COOL: Career Opportunities On-Line, the staff makes available information on artists’ residencies, grants, exhibitions, competitions, and community service. The Career Center also provides assistance in developing resumes and curriculum vitae, reviews portfolios, and shares books, templates, and special workshops to help artists, educators and designers shape a working life. MFA candidates in Interior Design receive additional support from the Career Center during their required internship. Upon completion of degree requirements, the Locks Career Center continues to provide graduate alumni with intensive support in their employment searches, including help with mock interviews, business correspondence, salary negotiations, and networking opportunities.