Working together for our students 

We are pleased to collaborate with you in helping students with their career decisions and their job and internship searches. The mutual goal of faculty, staff, administration, and Career Services should be the success of our students. By working and collaborating together we can ensure that the transition from student to the world of work is seamless.

Best resources and practices for assisting students

If you have a student or advisee that needs assistance with deciding on a major, information on careers, help in putting a resume or cover letter together, interview assistance/mock interview, or help in job or internship search, please feel free to walk a student over or contact me with student information so that they can be contacted. Schedule a quick tour of our office and short presentation. It's a great way to introduce students to resources which can help with their studies at Mary and their future careers. 

NACE Resume Samples
http://www.jobweb.com/resumes.aspx?folderid=116

GreatResumeSamples.com
http://www.greatsampleresume.com/Sample-Resumes.html


Job Search video podcast library-
http://www.collegegrad.com/job-search-videos

CareerSpots
Short 1-2 minute videos on career and job search topics that are accessible 27/7.

Are you going to be out of town and away from your class at some point during the semester? If so there is no need to cancel class, please contact career services to arrange for the director to speak to your students. 

www.myinterfase.com/umary/faculty
Marauder Jobs allows access to employer information as well as job and internship listings, career resource library, and more. This is great tool to direct students and employers to. Through it Umary students will be able to access exclusive job and internship opportunities. 

If an employer sends you information on a job or internship position, please send it to Career Services to be entered into Marauder Jobs. Career Services will be able to then direct inquiring students to those opportunities. 
Meet and network with employers at career fairs or invite employers to speak in your classes or student organization meetings. Consider incorporating career fair attendance as part of your course requirements. 

The below links are great resources to assist you in writing reference letters. If any more assistance is needed contact Career Services directly.

Sample Faculty Reference Letter
http://www.naceweb.org/about/public/formfacref.htm

How To Write Reference Letters:
Suggested Guidelines for Reference Givers
http://www.naceweb.org/public/reference1.htm 

It is important to understand what the ethical and legal standards involved with the student hiring process. Naceweb.org offers a "A Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring" - http://www.naceweb.org/legal/faculty_guide/

Each year Career Services surveys the previous year’s undergraduate graduates to determine their career outcomes after college. Information from previous years is listed on the After Mary page. Share this information with prospective students visiting the University of Mary and with students who are concerned about employement after graduation. 

Thank you for your support and collaboration with the Career Services office. With your assistance, we can help our students actualize their career dream and goals!