Faculty and staff can make a big difference in how prepared students are in their future careers. The Career Services team at Goodwin College welcomes the opportunity to partner with faculty and staff by offering a variety of options to collaborate. Here are some of the ways we can help one another. Choose one or try as many as you can. Every little bit counts!
Request a presentation
The Career Services team can arrange to give a customized presentation or workshop in-class or to a specific student group on a broad range of topics including resume writing, job search strategies, networking and interviewing among many others. The Career Services team is also available to present to or meet and greet staff or faculty at meetings.
Refer your students
Tell your students about the resources that they have access to through the Office of Career Services and encourage them to schedule an appointment.
Attend a Lunch & Learn or Career Fair with your class
The Office of Career Services hosts Lunch & Learn workshops and career fairs throughout the year. Faculty members are encouraged to bring their classes to these events and ensure that students are professionally dressed and ready to network and meet employers.
Help your students reach their goals
Faculty members can help by talking to students about how important it is to start thinking about their goals after graduation and the options they have for support at Goodwin College.
Suggest that students get involved in a club or community service on campus to start building their resumes.
Promoting campus career fairs and workshops and encouraging students to attend is another way to help students in their professional development.