From résumé and cover letter critiques to career aptitude tests and internship databases, you’ll find opportunities galore at the Office of Career Services. Interactive offerings include etiquette workshops, mock interview days, “Dress for Success” consultations, and speed-networking sessions. Plus, career counselors and peer advisers can help you network with alumni, discuss your career goals, or give advice about courses, relevant clubs, or even choosing a major.
Like most college freshmen, I entered my first year at Ithaca College without the slightest idea about my future career.
Luckily, I heard about the Office of Career Services and all of the opportunities and assistance it provides for students, and I knew that it would be a great start toward planning my future. Soon after discovering all of the benefits of the office, I decided to...
A:The Office of Career Services is a resource for all students who want help with résumés, cover letters, internships, and job searches.
The staff is available by appointment or during drop-in hours to help students define career goals, choose a major, and learn about postgraduate opportunities.
The office also sets up mock interviews and hosts career fairs and...
Whether this year is your first or last year here at Ithaca, it’s not too soon to start thinking about your future! The Office of Career Services, along with the Student Government Association and Sigma Iota Epsilon, is sponsoring a job and internship fair on Tuesday, October 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites.
Career Days 2008 is your opportunity to meet with a...
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