As a Rutgers graduate, you can access a robust set of career development resources. You’ll find everything you need to help you conduct your job search, plan the stages of your career, apply to graduate school, volunteer your time, and much more.
While many of the resources available on this website address a variety of career development interests, an advising appointment may be necessary to discuss more specific or complex topics.
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Handshake is a career management tool for students, alumni, and employers. The platform includes a job board and access to advising, tools, and resources to manage your career.
Student-Alumni Career Connect (SACC) is a professional networking and mentorship platform that connects Rutgers alumni and current students.
Approaching the job search with a sound strategy and proper preparation can mean the difference between frustration and success.
Employers spend only 30 to 60 seconds reviewing candidates’ résumés when deciding whom to interview. Every second counts! Learn tips, tricks, and techniques to maximize every line of your résumé.
Follow these best practices and techniques to enhance your networking skills.
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If you’re a Rutgers alumnus, you know the value that a Rutgers student or graduate can bring to the workplace.
Are you unemployed and have you been looking for work for more than six months? If so, you are considered among the long-term unemployed, and the New Start Career Network is here to help you.