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Virtual Career Advising

Please note: We are closed from August 3 - August 16 and will re-open for limited hours on August 17 - August 21 (9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.), and will return to our typical career advising hours on August 24.

If you would like to meet with a Career Liaison, please see their hours here.

Graduating Students (2020)

Graduating students, whether you have questions related to your job search or you need help applying to graduate or professional school, our resources are ready to help you accomplish your goals. Follow the link below to learn more about Career Center resources and services that can help you design your career.

View our Guide to Graduating in 2020 resource guide.  

Career Liaison Hours

Career Liaisons are hosting virtual drop-in hours through the online learning period.

•    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.

Document Review

You can have any career-related materials (resume, personal statement, cover letter, letter of interest) reviewed virtually by Career Center advisors who will provide you with feedback. Follow the steps below to submit your documents for review through Career Docs.

•    Utilize FSU Career Center Resources to assist you in creating excellent job and graduate school application materials (Resume, CV, Personal Statement, Cover Letter).
•    Use The Career Center's Quick Guide: Highlighting Yours Experiences During COVID-19
•    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 tracked changes.

Earn Digital Badges

Earn digital badges of recognition through ProfessioNole Ready, The Career Center’s online professional development series, and ProfessioNole Pathways to demonstrate employability skills to employers.
 

Connect with a Mentor

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!

Throughout the remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester, there will be several virtual info sessions for you to learn more about ProfessioNole Mentors. For a complete list of those info sessions and how to access them, click here.

Virtual Workshops/Info Sessions

To view all the virtual events happening, simply login to NoleNetwork and follow the steps below. Here you will find info sessions on Career Center programs, professional development workshops, employer info sessions and more. 

•    Within NoleNetwork, select “Events” located in the menu on the left of the screen
•    Click on the drop-down menu to select the type of event. 

Job & Internship Search

There are a wide variety of services and resources you can use when searching for job and internship opportunities. 

NoleNetwork

NoleNetwork is the Career Center’s newest system linking students directly with hiring employers and Career Center programs. Use NoleNetwork to search jobs and internships in Florida and across the country.

Virtual Jobs & Internships Search

There are dozens of websites you can utilize to search for virtual and remote jobs and internships. Follow the instructions in the document above for how to best search sites for virtual and remote opportunities. View The Career Center's guide, Working Remotely.  

Re-Employment 

Many people are experiencing layoffs, furloughs, or unemployment due to COVID-19. The Career Center is here to help you search for and apply to new opportunities, and connect you to supportive resources during this time. View our Re-Employment Guide for assistance.

Virtual Career Fairs

Virtual career fairs are great opportunities to meet with employers to discuss full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. 

Virtual Mock Interviews

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! 

LinkedIn

LinkedIn can serve as a great resource in helping you discover potential career opportunities.View our guide, Building Your Professional Presence

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 on topics such as preparing for the job search or salary negotiation to help you prepare for your next step.”

Parker Dewey

Innovative companies across industries are using Micro-Internships to identify, connect, engage, and hire high potential college students and recent graduates.

InsideSherpa

InsideSherpa is an open access platform designed to unlock exciting careers for students by connecting them with our company-endorsed Virtual Work Experience Programs. By completing an InsideSherpa Virtual Internship you will:

  • Better understand the diverse and exciting career pathways available to you; and
  • Build the skills and confidence that will set you up for success as you move from the world of study to the world of work

Virtual Career Fairs

There are dozens of opportunities to connect with employers through upcoming virtual career fairs.

For a complete list of upcoming virtual career fairs, click the link below.

For tips on attending virtual career fairs, view our Career Guide.

For tips on attending CareerEco Virtual Career Fairs (which is exclusively what The Career Center is using for its fairs), please view this guide.  

Graduate Students

Meet with the Graduate Career Liaison 
Virtual Graduate Career Advising Appointments: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays (1:00-4:45)
To Sign Up:

  • Log into your NoleNetwork account at https://career.fsu.edu/nolenetwork.
  • Select Appointments ⇒ Schedule a New Appointment ⇒ Graduate Student Advising Appointments
  • View the dates and times available. 
  • Complete the Appointment Request form to submit your request. 
  • Select a medium type (Video, Phone, Email)

If these dates and times do not work, email m.crowe@fsu.edu to arrange an appointment.

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

ProfessioNole Ready

Graduate School Advising

Meet with a Career Advisor to discuss going to graduate school.

Virtual drop-in career advising via Zoom breakout rooms is available Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (closed Friday from 1:30 – 2:30 PM for a team meeting) throughout the online learning period. Follow the steps below to schedule your appointment.
•    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.

Learn more and schedule your advising appointment.
For more information contact the Graduate Career Liaison, Megan Crowe at m.crowe@fsu.edu.

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.

Receive the Pre-Law Newsletter
Sign up for the Pre-law email listserv for regular updates. 

Check the Pre-Law Website
As you continue to prepare check out the resources available on our website.

Pre-Health Advising

For Pre-Health advising, view your Career Liaison's virtual drop-in hours or schedule an appointment if none of the available time frames work for your schedule.

Alexis Fraites

Career Liaison for Biological Science, Computational Biology, Neuroscience, & Psychology
 a.fraites@fsu.edu | 850.645.0440

Drop-in Advising: Held via Zoom during the University’s online instruction period 

PDB Building  #A207A | Will be held via Zoom during the University's online instruction period. 

Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1 - 4 p.m. | Join Zoom Meeting https://fsu.zoom.us/s/473369784 Meeting ID: 473 369 784
Thursdays 9 a.m. - 12 p.m | Join Zoom Meeting https://fsu.zoom.us/s/473369784 Meeting ID: 473 369 784

Michon Ashmore

Career Liaison for College of Human Sciences and College of Medicine's Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS)
 mlashmore@fsu.edu | 850.645.0443

Drop-in Advising: Held via Zoom during the University’s online instruction period

Sandels Building #207 | Will be held via Zoom during the University's online instruction period. 

Tuesdays: 1-4 p.m. | Join Zoom Meeting https://fsu.zoom.us/j/618089770 Meeting ID: 618 089 770
Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Join Zoom Meeting https://fsu.zoom.us/j/727319113 Meeting ID: 727 319 113

Garnet & Gold Scholar Society

The Garnet & Gold Scholar Society is still dedicated to honoring and working with students who excel in and out of the classroom. 

Advising

Garnet & Gold Scholar Society (GGSS) advising will be offered virtually during the online instruction period. Email garnetandgoldscholar@fsu.edu or visit here to request a virtual advising appointment.
Many helpful resources can also found on the GGSS website.

Current GGSS Students 

Our Garnet & Gold Scholar Society Campus Partners are working on the best ways to address this changing situation within the Engagement areas. Please see the Engagement Area websites for the most up to date information from each area.

International: International Programs & Global Citizen Certificate
   Area Contact: William Baptist Jr. wbaptistjr@fsu.edu  

Internship: Experience Recognition Program 
   Area Contact: Geneva Scott geneva.scott@fsu.edu 

Leadership and Service: The Center for Leadership & Social Change & The Center’s Virtual Connection   
   Area Contact: Gina Kittel gkittel@fsu.edu 

Research: Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement 
   Area Contact: Latika Young llyoung@fsu.edu

Future GGSS Students

Apply on our website, here. 

Experience Recognition Program

During the remainder of your Spring 2020 experiential learning opportunity, please observe any preventive wellness measures your experiential learning site has implemented, such as eliminating handshakes, not sharing pens, using hand sanitizing stations, etc.On your scheduled work days at your ERP site, if you feel under the weather and/or experience cold/flu like symptoms, please do not report to work, notify your Site Supervisor immediately, and follow their sick leave policies and procedures.

Your Site Supervisor may not be aware that FSU has shifted course delivery to online classes through April 6th. Therefore, you are encouraged to share the institutional announcement with your Site Supervisor and work with them to create a plan for the remainder of your experiential learning opportunity.
  
For ERP, your requirements to complete the course are to work a minimum of 60 work hours during the Spring 2020 semester.  ERP does not require the work be completed onsite/in-person and allows students to count virtual/remote work.  
 
If working remotely is not an option at your experiential learning site and you are concerned about your ability to complete 60 hours of work prior to the end of Spring 2020 semester for ERP, please let Kyle Roark know. We will advocate on your behalf to help you complete ERP successfully.
 
The Career Center will notify you if an interruption or suspension of University operations affects ERP.  You can continue to monitor FSU’s response to COVID-19 online at here. 
 
We encourage you to reach out with any concerns you may have regarding this information.
 

On-Campus Internships

The InternFSU program will pause during the Fall 2020 semester and will offer opportunities during the Spring 2021 semester.  Updated information and deadlines will be maintained on the InternFSU pages.  If you have any questions, please reach us at InternFSU@fsu.edu

The Career Center is here to support you with searching and securing alternate internship or experiential learning opportunities during the Fall 2020 semester.  To access Career Center Virtual Servicesvisit: www.career.fsu.edu/info

We encourage you to reach out with any concerns you may have regarding this information. Please email program manager for InternFSU, Li Pon

ProfessioNole Clothing Closet

The Career Center’s ProfessioNole Clothing Closet is still dedicated to helping Florida State University students with their professional attire needs. To meet your needs during the online instruction period, the ProfessioNole Clothing Closet has moved to appointment-only scheduling. To schedule an appointment please complete this Appointment Form.

SDS 3340

Following University guidelines, all sections of SDS 3340: Introduction to Career Development, The Career Center's variable credit course, for Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 have been moved online. If you are a currently enrolled student, please reach out to your Lead Instructor with any questions or concerns.

Virtual Career Counseling

One-on-one individual career counseling is available virtually and available on a case-by-case basis to individuals located in the state of Florida via Zoom HIPAA.

To learn more about Individual Career Counseling email CC-appointments@fsu.edu
 

Chat with Us

Have questions about Career Center resources? Chat with our librarian! 

Explore the FSU Career Center’s virtual resources and chat with our librarian and resource expert using FSU Career Center Chat

 

Schedule Virtual Interviews

While some employers already have the capability to interview students via their own software platforms, others may need assistance to conduct virtual interviews. We are here to help! When requesting your virtual interviews, you will be able to indicate in the form how the interviews will be conducted. 

  1. Request the on-campus interview in NoleNetwork and select “Summer 2020 - Virtual Only Interviews” or “Fall 2020 - Virtual Interviews” for the Recruiting Session.
  2. Complete the request form as usual, BUT in the Notes section on the form, make sure to indicate if you need the use of the Career Center’s Zoom account OR if you will be utilizing your own technology.
    a. The FSU Career Center is utilizing Zoom (its.fsu.edu/zoom) for virtual appointments/meetings  with video. To conduct interviews utilizing our Zoom accounts, both the recruiter and student will receive a unique link to access the meeting.
    b. If you use your own technology, please indicate which platform you’ll be using and any specific hardware/software requirements students need to know in advance.
  3. Enter all other information as if hosting interviews on campus.  A timeline will be given for students to apply and select time slots as well as completion of the job description(s).
  4. Approval by Career Center staff will update the location to a Virtual Interview.
  5. Days leading up to interviews:
    a. If Career Center Zoom Hosted:  Staff will send employer and students a UNIQUE link to access the Zoom meeting after the schedules are finalized.
    b. If Employer Hosted: Send both the students and Career Center staff instructions on how candidates will access your preferred interviewing platform (1 – 3 days before interview date), allowing us to help students if necessary. 

Post an Opportunity

With NoleNetwork, employers can connect with FSU students for internship, part-time and full-time employment opportunities. You can post jobs for free, request virtual interviews, review student profiles and more!

Host Virtual Info Sessions

OPTION 1: Your organization has a virtual interviewing platform 

If your organization has the capability of hosting virtual webinars and/or information sessions, this is a great opportunity to connect with Florida State University students.  Simply share with Career Center the event overview, date/time, link, and how students access the event.  Via our NoleNetwork system and newsletters, we will notify students and faculty/staff of the University about this opportunity.

OPTION 2: Your organization NEEDS a platform 

The FSU Career Center can facilitate a virtual information session through Zoom! If you have internet access, a camera, and a computer, then we can create a meeting that will allow over 100+ students to join! You will be able to share your screen (ex. PowerPoint presentations), have a Q & A via chat, and more!  Email Heather Scarboro (hscarboro@fsu.edu) to arrange your session.

Hold Virtual Office Hours

The FSU Employer-In-Residence program allows organizations to connect with students in a one-on-one capacity providing career guidance and mentorship.  We now offer an online Zoom version via the Interview section of NoleNetwork. Your organization gets to select the date/time frame and then we will schedule student meetings. Meetings will be 20 minute time slots – you can provide career advice, critique a resume (Zoom allows you to share screens), and more!  Simply give us one week notice to set up and advertise to students!

Email Heather Scarboro (hscarboro@fsu.edu) to arrange your office hours.

Conduct Virtual Mock Interviews

To continue to build your brand with Florida State University students, you can participate in Virtual Employer Mock Interviews. These 30-minute appointments provide professional development to the Seminole community while allowing you to vet top talent to fill open internship and full-time roles. Mock interviews are also a great way to provide new hires professional interview experience. 

Zoom or phone mock interviews can be scheduled around times that work best for your organization and can be tailored to any student population (examples include senior Accounting majors, sophomore Finance students, Education majors, etc.). Career Center staff will build your interview schedule, simply provide at least one-week of advance notice. 

Contact Michelle Futo at mfuto@fsu.edu to get started! 

Become a Mentor

Support students by sharing your knowledge, experience, and career insight! Registering takes just a few minutes, but your help could last a lifetime!

Career Fair Sign-Up

Build relationships with FSU students and enhance your organization's brand on campus by participating in a career fair or networking session. The Career Center has multiple opportunities for you to meet with targeted groups of students and fill your hiring needs.

InternFSU Hosts

We have sent reminders to our Student Interns to practice safe hygiene habits due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and included this attachment from our University Health Services.  We have also requested that InternFSU student interns observe any preventive wellness measures your department/lab/institute/office, etc. may have implemented, such as eliminating handshakes, not sharing pens, using hand sanitizing stations, etc.  Please reinforce this message by revisiting these measures with your InternFSU student intern(s).
 
We have asked any InternFSU student interns that feels under the weather and/or experiences cold/flu like symptoms on the day of their scheduled InternFSU work days to notify you immediately and refrain from reporting to work.
                
At FSU, we know each of you are crafting contingency remote work plans in the event that we experience an extended campus closure.  As the InternFSU program aligns with University protocol, you will be notified if an interruption or suspension of University operations affects the InternFSU Program. You can continue to monitor FSU’s response to COVID-19 online here. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out with any concerns you may have regarding this information. Email program director, Li Pon.

ERP Supervisors

We have sent reminders to our student participants to practice safe hygiene habits due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from University Health Services.  We have also requested that students participating in ERP observe any preventive wellness measures your organization may have implemented, such as eliminating handshakes, not sharing pens, using hand sanitizing stations, etc.  Please reinforce this message by discussing with your student supervisees your organization’s recommended preventative measures.
 
We have asked any ERP student participant that feels under the weather and/or experiences cold/flu like symptoms on the day(s) of their scheduled work to notify you immediately and refrain from reporting to work.
 
The Career Center will notify you if an interruption or suspension of University operations affects ERP. If your organization anticipates any operational changes as a result of COVID-19 that will alter your student’s ability to complete their experiential learning opportunity, please notify us as soon as possible. 
 
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any concerns you may have regarding this information.Email program director, Kyle Roark.

Hosting Virtual Internships

Explore the resources below for more information on how to host virtual internships and how to post opportunities for them at your organization. 

•    8 Tips to Develop A Successful Virtual Internship Program
•    Considerations for Remote Internships
•    All About Virtual Internships
•    Elements of a Successful Virtual Internship

Webinars: 
o    How Leading Employers are Adapting their Internship Programs in this COVID-19 World
o    Delivering an Amazing Virtual Internship Experience

Interested in posting virtual internships for your organization? Click here.