Even after graduation, The Career Center can still offer you a wide range of career-related services.
Job Search Resources
As alumni of FSU, you can still access many of our services, including:
- Career Advising
Career Advisors can help you with resume critiques, searching for jobs, and more. Virtual appointments are available for alumni residing outside of the Tallahassee area.
Handshake is FSU's online jobs database housing internship, co-op, and part-time and full-time job listings. *Handshake access requires a myFSU account. CLICK HERE for assistance with activating a myFSU account.
- Career Fairs
Meet and network with employers at our career fairs throughout the year.
Attend a workshop led by a Career Center staff member on a variety of topics, including writing a resume, job searching, networking, and more.
- Career Guides
Access a variety of career guides and gain insight on career topics.
- CareerSpots provides access to quick video tips from employers and professionals about the job/internship search and career readiness
- Career Center Library Resources
Drop-in during our library hours and peruse a wide range of career-related resources on career information, career transition, job hunting, continuing education, and more.
There are a number of ways that you can share your knowledge and give back to students:
- Become a ProfessioNole Mentor
Share career guidance and industry insight with current students through the ProfessioNole Mentors volunteer program.
- Take a Nole to Work through FSUshadow
Host a current student for one-day job shadowing experiences. You may find your next star employee through FSU!
- Hire a Nole
Attend career fairs, post jobs and internships in our online database, interview on campus, and network with specific student populations.
- Support Students through Career Center Internship Fund
Help reduce financial challenges and alleviate costs associated with participating in an internship.
If you are an alumni employer who wishes to recruit FSU students, please see our Employer Section for more information.