To schedule an appointment, students may stop by or contact the Office of Career Services:
Academic Hall 057
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
*Spring Break/Summer Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Appointment lengths do vary based on the service being provided but, due to demand, no appointment will exceed one (1) hour in length. When scheduling an appointment, students should be prepared to provide the following information:
Major/Program of Study
Classification (Ex. Freshman, Alumni)
Reason for Appointment
If you would like to incorporate the Office of Career Services into the classroom experience you provide to your students, we offer presentations (on a variety of topics) and mock interview experiences.
To schedule a presentation, you will need to complete and submit a request form. Requests are granted on a first-come, first-served basis and requests must be submitted at least one (1) week prior to the dates requested. Requests which involve multiple topics must be submitted as separate requests. Presentations are offered Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.. Weekend requests are subject to staff availability and will be accommodated whenever possible. All presentations are designed to last 30-40 minutes (20-25 minute topic presentation followed by 10-15 minutes for Q & A). Click the button below for more information on the presentations offered and to gain access to the request form.
Career Services is happy to provide assistance to faculty who provide/require practice interviews as a part of their course(s). Our office is able to host the interviews, keeping record of student attendance if needed, or staff can come to a location chosen by the faculty member.
To request interview preparation assistance, faculty will need to complete the Faculty Request Form. Assistance is granted on a first-come, first-served basis and, due to high demand, must be submitted a minimum of two (2) weeks in advance. We will do our best to accommodate requests in a timely manner.
Please Note: Requests are subject to staff availability. Our office encourages faculty to submit their request as early as possible.
Employers from all fields are interested in recruiting the best and brightest candidates for their positions. As a faculty/staff member at Southeast, you may be contacted by employers to assist in promoting a position or to assist in connecting them with qualified candidates. The Office of Career Services has provided the resources below to inform faculty and staff of the ethical standards pertaining to student hiring and to highlight the available posting resources at Southeast.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated, provides a guide to assist faculty and staff in traversing through the ethical and legal standards in the student hiring process. Click the button below for more information.
The Blitz List puts on and off-campus part-time job opportunities at student fingertips all year round and is a great way for employers, including on-campus offices/departments, to advertise part-time positions to the entire Southeast student community. In addition, our office also reaches out to on-campus offices and departments to provide students with a list of offices/departments NOT hiring for a given semester. Click the button below for more information on the Blitz List.
REDConnect is an online resource which connects current students/alumni with employers, from all over the United States and world, who are providing employment opportunities. After setting up their profile, students/alumni are able to search position postings, develop and save application materials, and much more!
While primarily utilized for full-time opportunities, REDConnect can be and is utilized to post part-time time positions as well. Contact the Office of Career Services today for more information or for assistance in setting up your office/department profile!
The Career proficiencies (CL001 - 004) were developed to ensure that all students graduate with appropriate career planning knowledge and a professional resume and cover letter. Although the proficiencies are zero credit, failing any proficiency will result in an F on the student's transcript. All four proficiencies (CL001 - 004) are required for graduation, and studens may not graduate on time if any proficiency is failed or unfulfilled.
Many majors have incorporated CL004 into specific courses. In these majors, students will enroll in a required major course and are prompted to enroll in a specific section of CL004. If a student's major does not have a co-requisite CL004 section, they may sign up for a section administered by staff within the Office of Career Services. Should a student have any questions or concerns regarding registering for the appropriate section, they are encouraged to contact their academic advisor. Faculty are encouraged to contact their department chair and/or the Office of Career Services with any questions.