From the day you take your first class at GSU, we’re focused on getting you started on a great career – from advice on choosing that career to selecting the major that will prepare you to succeed. We’re also your resource for help with resume writing, interview skills and workshops.
All across the GSU campus you’ll find Career Services bulletin boards. Be sure to check them – along with the campus TV monitors – for upcoming events and career fairs. There’s always something going on for job hunters at GSU.
Whether you are exploring your career options or looking for a job or an internship-the Office of Career Services (located in A1120) can assist you. We are a resource center offering a wide range of services available to currently enrolled students and alumni, free of charge. On this site, you will find information about these services along with links to many other useful Internet resources.
Resources and Services
Be sure to check the Office of Career Services bulletin boards located throughout the campus as well as flyers, posters and the television monitors for upcoming career events/fairs and the latest career information.
If after browsing this site you have any questions, please contact us at 708.235.3974.
Assistant Vice President, Career Services
The Experience website offers students and alumni an opportunity to search for off campus jobs and internships, and also on campus student employment.
Students click here
Alumni click here
Employers click here
Whether you are just entering the workforce, making a lateral career move or considering a career change, Vault.com is more than just reviews, it provides the intelligence you need for the career you want-search current job openings, research a company, school or industry, get the inside scoop on what it’s really like, and find the career advice you need to launch your career.
What can I do with this major?
Finally, a convenient website that helps you connect majors with careers. For each major that interests you, find an outline of common career areas, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Choose "Links" to find a list of websites that provide information about listed majors and related careers.
This free interactive 10 step system takes the guesswork out of finding a job. The system includes workshops on virtually every aspect of the job search process. These 10 steps are designed to guide you through a structured process of acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in your own job search. Please email the Office of Career Services firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the Jobs4gradsNow coupon to get started for free. The email should include your name, phone number, student ID number, and state whether you are a current student or alumni.
(does not require a password) O*NET Online has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!
The Washington Center Internship Program
For undergraduate students interested in learning more about the Washington Center Internship Program, visit www.twc.edu for more information, or reach out to campus liaison Darcie Campos at email@example.com for more information.
And to get a closer look at the Washington Center Internship experience of a Governors State University student, check out Ricca's blog and Shahanez's blog today!