Internship and Career Services (ICS) offers a wide array of resources and tools to help students and alumni obtain their career goals. Students are encouraged to visit the office early in their college experience to meet the staff and to take advantage of the many services available. ICS offers one-on-one career advising appointments to all students and alumni. Typical appointment topics include:
- Resume building and Critiques
- Cover letter guidance
- Practice interviews
- Self assessment resources
- Grad School resources
- Gap year information
- Networking resources and tips
- Internship and job search strategies
- Student employment assistance
ICS also offers the summer eCritique service available Memorial Day through Labor Day. eCritique is a convenient way to receive a resume or cover letter critique via e-mail while away from campus. Simply e-mail your document to email@example.com, and indicate the type of position you are looking to obtain and a job description if possible. Your document will be critiqued and returned to you within three business days.
ICS Career Development Model
Career development is a lifelong process. It's not something that begins two weeks before graduation and ends when you find an internship or a job. It also takes reflection at every step. Learn more about the ICS Career Development Model:
LC301: Career Planning Strategies: Foundations for Success
ICS is excited to offer a new eight-week, one credit-hour career planning course!
LC301 is designed to teach life-long career planning skills critical to both a smooth and successful transition from college to the workplace. Assignments will include job search fundamentals including identifying your skills, resume and cover letter composition, interviewing, and career research. Additionally, students will learn to navigate the many transitions and challenges faced by new graduates. This course is intended for juniors and seniors and is currently offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters. Please contact Courtney Rousseau at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Tips for Applying Online Using Applicant Tracking Systems
Several organizations use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), a software application that enables the electronic handling of a company’s recruitment needs and a way to pre-filter resumes. A recent webinar provided by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) shared insights and advice to career center professionals to ensure those applying through online systems have the best chance possible of matching key words and scoring high in the candidate pool. View our Formatting Resumes for Online Applicants tip sheet.