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Job Resources:

  • Click here for Job Search Tips Worksheet

Some general job advice for experienced job seekers can be found at the National Association of Colleges and Employers JobWeb website.

If you need further assistance or would like to meet with one of our professional career advisors, please call us at 410-543-6075/888-543-0148 or email at careerservices@salisbury.edu

Career Connections:  Click here to enter

  • Career Connections is a password-protected online database of jobs available to current Salisbury University students and alumni/ae. The system is a valuable career development tool that allows users to search for job opportunities by location, policy area of interest, sector, and by specific organization. Resume collections and on-campus interview schedules for employers recruiting at the Salisbury University are coordinated via Career Connections. The system also provides a calendar of SU Career Servicesí upcoming programs and events.
  • Career Services provides FREE Career Connections accounts to SU alumni.  Simply call and we will give you your  username and password.
  • Click here to enter Career Connections.
  • If you are an alum interested in utilizing Career Connections, please contact SU Career Services at careerservices@salisbury.edu or 410-543-6075 to obtain a username/password. Your username is typically your old Novell login which is your two initials followed by five digits.
  • For additional assistance with the system, contact Graduate Career Services at careerservices@salisbury.edu or call (410) 543-6075.

 

Keep in Mind:

The job search will most likely take longer. You may have to apply more broadly and to more positions than in the past.

There will be fewer position openings and greater competition for jobs.

Now could be the best time to try something new. Wished you joined the Peace Corps after college? Thinking about a switch to a government job? Want to go back to undergraduate school or graduate school? Thinking about volunteering? Each of these different opportunities will enhance your resume and may change your life.

Take Care of Yourself:

The job search can be difficult especially in this type of climate. It is important to be resilient, utilize your support network and resources.

  • Click here for the SU Alumni Office

Keep your dreams in mind but have the flexibility to be open to the possibilities.

One of the most important signs of maturity is to know when to ask for help. If this process is difficult for you, visit the Career Center to meet with a counselor. Counselors can help you with everything from resume review, mock interviewing, jobs search strategies, networking and can support you throughout the process.

SU Job Resources:

Job Search Resources Out of SU's Control: (not on our website)

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Graduate School?

  • Click here for grad school information
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