We know this is a time of uncertainty for students, especially those graduating. Career Services has designed a suite of virtual career-related resources. Please access these tools AND your career coach to help you achieve your career goals. Your Aggie family is here for you!
Watch your email inbox for a Wednesday message from your Career Coach via AGGIE Handshake. At the bottom of this page, find a list of previous week’s content to access anytime.
Have you or someone you know recently lost their job or had their hours reduced due to COVID-19? If so, USU is still hiring for jobs that allow for proper social distancing! Current students looking for hourly jobs please visit jobs.usu.edu or Handshake to see lists of current job openings. Questions about jobs.usu.edu: Contact HR at 435-797-0122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Update Your Profile- Employers are using Handshake more than ever. To successfully network with employers, create a strong profile and upload your resume. The first impression matters.
Job & Internship Search- Handshake is the best place for your specific major and interests.
Attend Virtual Events - To the greatest extent possible, we are shifting all employer events online. Simply follow this link to view the events in Handshake and search for events marked as virtual session event type.
Using social distancing, we have an interview room prepared for your use if you do not have the technology to conduct a virtual interview at home. Please call Career Services at 435-797-7777 to check availability.
Access this FREE career development course to review content specific to your current needs. Once you self-enroll in the course, you can view various modules/videos from Career Exploration, Resume Writing, to Salary Negotiation.
Just because we are all practicing social distancing does not mean you cannot network with people in your industry. Networking will just look a little different; you can have a virtual chat or conversation over the phone. It can be done! Think about how happy a ‘newly remote worker’ would be to receive a thoughtful email requesting a quick phone conversation – make new connections and revive old ones. Network with recruiters/hiring managers and alumni through various online tools.