Career Services in the Classroom
Contact Career Services at email@example.com or by calling 796-3828 for:
- Class presentations about career-related topics (resumes, job search, internships, self-assessments)
- Conducting resume information and review sessions to ensure your students are ready to make a positive professional impression
- Questions or ideas to share
- Check out the Faculty Guide to Using Career Services
Explore regional job and internship listings
The new Career Connect/Purple Briefcase is an important source of information, career-related events, and career exploration tools for both current students and alumni. Using this tool, users can:
- View and apply for local and regional jobs and internships online
- Create a profile and upload resumes for employer viewing
- Watch over 400 videos focused on career preparation
- Ask career-related questions
- RSVP for Career Services events
- Access through mobile app
First-time faculty users should:
- Click on New Faculty User button above.
- Enter your official name and email, and click Find Me.
- Your account profile information will display and you can create a password.
- If you choose to, you can go into My Profile and create your visual profile by selecting the tiles that best represent you.
- Students are encouraged to go to My Docs to upload a copy of their resume. Other documents such as a transcript or cover letter can also be displayed. All documents are reviewed by Career Services staff prior to posting.
- Note that employers can’t find students unless they show their public profile. They do this by clicking on the gear by their name and selecting Show Profile.
- Returning users should click on the Career Connect image for the login page.
Access us through your mobile device:
Posting Jobs or Internships
The National Association of Colleges and Employers has established best practices for faculty involvement in student hiring efforts. These recommendations are to protect YOU, your STUDENTS, and the SCHOOL and are based on notions of fairness, equal opportunity, truthfulness, non-injury, confidentiality, and lawfulness.
SHARE employment and internship opportunities with ALL of your students (post signs, send mass e-mail, send to the career center, and so forth)—do not hand pick students to share information with. ADHERE to FERPA guidelines when disclosing information about a student to employers and be sure to secure permission from the student to speak about them. All information shared should be firsthand and based when possible on factual or written documentation. CONSULT your campus career center on ALL employment and internship requests, including those seeking to connect with specific groups of students (by major, race, gender or other protected categories). AVOID discussing personal matters and areas that fall outside the job requirements when providing references and recommendation.
LIMIT opportunity and access by sharing information with select students. VIOLATE privacy and FERPA standards by disclosing information about top students, sharing information without student consent or sharing personal details unrelated to the job description. ASSUME that you are the only person with a relationship with the employer—share information with the career center so that strategic employer engagement can occur to ensure equal and fair service is provided to each employer. UNDERESTIMATE the liability assumed by you personally and by the school when the above standards are not followed.
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