The Career Center is dedicated to providing a variety of individualized and customized services to assist both online and on-campus students with achieving your career goals.
Individual Career Appointments
Meet with a career professional to discuss any issue related to building and advancing your career. Meetings are held face-to-face, by phone, over Skype, or through other forms of appropriate technology. To schedule an appointment, email both of our career professionals with background information on the career issue you’d like to discuss, and whether you would prefer to meet onsite or online.
Resume, Cover Letter & Communications Critiques
Are you applying for a fellowship and need someone to provide feedback on your personal statement? Are you struggling with writing that thank you letter to your interviewer? We provide critiques on just about any document you need to write for your career, including resumes and cover letters. Email the Career Center at email@example.com with an explanation of your career goals and the type of position you are seeking.
During mock interviews, you will be asked a variety of interview questions and provided with helpful feedback over Skype. Phone interviews can also be scheduled to provide practice for the phone screening interview. In some cases, this is the initial interview that can determine whether a second, face-to-face interview is warranted. Email the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your mock interview and include an updated resume.
Career Webinars & Workshops
Career Services provides a series of career webinars and workshops on common and timely topics related to building and advancing your career. All webinars and workshops are interactive in nature, giving you an opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenter and participants. They’re also great ways of meeting other students and alumni, and expanding your network of contacts. Upcoming events are listed in Knightlink.
Looking for an internship or a job? Knightlink is an online link between employers, students and alumni. The system allows you to view job and internship listings and apply online for local, regional and national vacancies, among many other features.
The College has a strong relationship with alumni locally, nationally and all over the world. Networking with alumni for career exploration, advice and guidance is an important career strategy for building and advancing your career. in speaking with one or more of our alumni, please complete this brief form for the Office of Alumni Relations and they will follow-up with you. If you have any questions please contact the Office of Alumni Relations.
The Career Center has created a number of informational handouts and on a variety of areas related to building and advancing your career. They are organized by category, with a brief description of each handout. We encourage you to use them as a resource in your career development and planning. Career Handouts
Employer & Alumni Events
From time to time, employers (including many of our alumni) plan events with us to recruit, inform and inspire Clarkson students. These events include on-campus interviews, information sessions/company presentations, employer site visits and alumni networking events.
We encourage you to use these informational handouts as a resource in your career development and planning.
Career Exploration Decision Making
Planning Development and Self-Assessment
Career Branding Marketing
Internship, Fellowship, Job Search
Online Career Resources