Virtual Resources & Services for Graduating Students (2020)

Graduating Students May 2020 & August 2020

Preparing Your Job Search

  • Career Docs
    • Utilize FSU Career Center Resources to assist you in creating excellent job search and graduate school application documents (Resume, CV, Personal Statement, Cover Letter).
    • Drop your document into the designated document assignment.
    • Receive a detailed review with audio and visual feedback through your personal Zoom review link, and a document with notations or track changes.
  • Virtual Mock Interviews via Zoom
    • Practice for your interview by scheduling a virtual Mock Interview via Zoom!  A virtual interview can help you hone your interviewing skills while also providing you with the confidence to deliver a great interview presence. All you need is a resume and cover letter to apply! 
  • Big Interview
    • Big Interview is an online system that combines training and practice to help improve your interview technique and build your confidence.
  • ProfessioNole Ready
    • ProfessioNole Ready allows you to earn digital badges of recognition to demonstrate your skills and expertise.
  • Career Advising
    • Available Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (closed Friday from 1:30 – 2:30 PM for a team meeting).
    • Access virtual Drop-in Career Advising: Virtual Drop-In Career Advising Link.
    • Complete the advising registration by providing your name, email address, FSU Student ID, and select your advising topic.
    • Enter the Zoom waiting room.
    • A Career Center team member will greet you when you enter the Zoom advising session and place you in a breakout room with a Career Advisor who can work with you to help identify resources and create an individual action plan.
  • Meet Your Liaison
    • Access your Career Liaison’s virtual drop-in career advising and their career advising hours at Meet with your Liaison.
    • Students can also email liaisons to set up 1:1 meetings.
  • ProfessioNole Mentors
    • ProfessioNole Mentors, one of The Career Center’s flagship and longest-running programs, is an entirely virtual mentoring platform. 
    • Access thousands of ProfessioNole Mentors who are waiting to share career advice and guidance with you.
    •  It’s easy: just activate your mentee profile and then browse the suggested mentors with similar professional interests, select one or more and start a conversation! Learn more here
  • CandidCareer Playlists
    • View video playlists to help prepare for your job search.

Searching for Jobs and Negotiating Job Offers

  • NoleNetwork

    • Connect with employers and search for opportunities. NoleNetwork is one of the largest networks of career services and recruiting professionals in the world.  Use NoleNetwork to search jobs and internships in Florida and across the country. 

  • Virtual Career Fairs

  • LinkedIn

    • LinkedIn can serve as a great resoruce in helping you discover potential career opportunities. 

  • Career Shift

    • CareerShift was created to help job seekers successfully navigate the published and hidden job market to find career opportunities.  Search, select and store job listings from all job boards and all company job postings.

  • GoinGlobal

    • GoinGlobal provides country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internship and job postings, H1B employer listings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries including the largest cities in the U.S. and Canada. 

  • Folio

    • Design and navigate your experience at FSU with custom, stackable pathways

  • Candid Career Playlists

    • View video playlists to help prepare for job search and salary negotiation 

Going to Graduate School

The decision to pursue an advanced degree requires careful consideration of your options. What degrees are available to me? How do I choose a school or program? How do I apply? These are all common questions that The Career Center is prepared to provide you resources and information for! With any big decision, it is helpful to speak with a Career Advisor, but here are some resources to get you started.

  • Meet with Graduate School Liaison 
  • Pre-Law Advising
    • Meet with a Pre-Law Advisor 
      Students interested in connecting with a Pre-Law Advisor should email prelaw@fsu.edu (using their student email address) with the following information: 
      Name
      Year in School
      Anticipated Law School Start Date
      Main Questions or Concerns
      Preferred Method of Advising (Phone, Video, or Email)
    •  Once we received your Pre-Law Advising request you will be connected with a Pre-Law Advisor who can answer your questions and support you with your Law School Preparations.
  • Career Docs
    • Utilize FSU Career Center Resources to assist you in creating excellent job search and graduate school application documents (Resume, CV, Personal Statement, Cover Letter).
    • Drop your document into the designated document assignment.
    • Receive a detailed review with audio and visual feedback through your personal Zoom review link, and a document with notations or track changes.
  • CandidCareer Playlists
    • View video playlists on going to graduate school.

Additional Resources

  • Vault Guides
    • Through Vault Career Intelligence, you have access to company profiles, industry profiles, descriptions of professions, salary information and more. It also includes an in-depth Internship Database and Job Board and over 100 titles of award-winning career guides, including interview strategies, job-search tips, and full-length profiles of leading companies
  • Chat with a Librarian 
    • Chat with the Librarian Explore the FSU Career Center’s virtual resources and chat with our librarian and resource expert FSU Career Center Chat
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