|Career Advising and Assessment||Campus Recruiting Programs (for Graduating Students)||Practice Interviews|
Our professional counselors are available to meet with you to discuss your academic and career plans. We'll help you choose a major, define your career goals, create/update your resume, develop your job search strategy and everything in between! For those of you uncertain about your major/career choice, we offer four career/personality inventories to assist you in clarifying your direction:
Each year, over 400 employers recruit graduating students from Pace for professional positions through the campus interview program and Career Fairs. Students must attend a mandatory orientation workshop, submit resumes then review positions and apply online.
Need help interviewing? We'll practice with you! Make an appointment with a Career Counselor. Video taping is available. It's a great way to practice before the real thing. Practice Interview Days are also held on each campus for your opportunity to practice interviewing with a human resource professional. Check with the Career Services Office for Practice Interview dates.
Spring 2014 Dates:
Want to learn how to get started? Follow these 4 Easy Steps
1: Complete Online Webinar
Learn the basics of Career Services, eRecruiting, and what's expected of you. This is the first step in the internship process. You can find the online orientation at bit.ly/PCSonline. This is MANDATORY for participation in Career Services Internship Program.
2: Attend an Interview Workshop
Develop the skills to get the job! Discuss difficult questions asked by employers and learn about the different interview formats. To sign up visit our website homepage for the schedule. This is MANDATORY for participation in Career Services Internship Program.
3: Schedule an Appointment with a Career Counselor
Schedule an appointment with a career counselor. Be sure to bring in a resume draft. Need help getting started? Check out our online resume guidebook.
• During your first meeting with your career counselor you will be asked to sign a student agreement.
• After revising drafts, the next step is to get your resume officially approved by your career counselor.
4: Using eRecruiting
Once your profile is completed on eRecruiting you are now eligible to connect to jobs, employers, on-campus interviews, and events throughout Pace university’s worldwide network of campuses and employers.