Seminars are a terrific way to prepare for a competitive market. Topics range from choosing a major, job search strategies, resume writing, interview preparation and applying to graduate school. Our schedule is available the first week of the semester. * PDF version
Individual career counseling sessions are available (by appointment) to assist students with career decisions. Purpose for appointments could include assistance with choice of major, internship exploration, graduate school, or job search preparation. (Counseling is available to matriculated students.)
You've attended a seminar or met with a counselor to discuss how to prepare for an interview. You've practiced questions and now are ready for a trial run. Schedule an appointment with a counselor for a video taped mock interview and fine tune your presentation.
Fifteen minute sessions available on a first-come first-served basis with the purpose of giving feedback on resume and cover letters. For specific hours please refer to our flier available the first week of the semester.
Career Resource Center
The Career Resource Center collection includes information on occupations, job search resources, directories as well as job and internship listings. Videos, CD ROMs and Internet access (career related research only) round out the collection.
Use this database to create a list of prospects (companies/organizations). Search by industry, location (state, zip code). A password is required to search this database. Call Lisa Morency, recruiting assistant, at 978.542.6407 to obtain a password. To view tutorials for searching the database click on tutorials.
Important -- the job and internship listings provided within career search are not vetted by career services please be sure to do your research related to job expectations, salary vs 100 percent commission, benefits.
Job listings arrive on an ongoing basis and are available via CSO/Career Services Online the nice thing about these positions is that you know they have been specifically listed with Salem State. In addition these opportunities are supplemented by subscriptions and external job boards available via our website, to gain access click Job Listings.
On Campus Recruiting
All students graduating in the current academic year from a bachelor or graduate level program are eligible to interview with employers through the on-campus Recruiting program.