Career Readiness Workshops
Click link to find more details and Zoom registration links within Handshake. (Past workshops can be accessed here)
USF accommodates individuals with disabilities. If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact the Career Services front desk at 415-422-6216 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests should be made by at least 14 days in advance of the event.
Tues. 4/13 Career Success in Sustainability and Environmental Industries 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Weds. 4/21 Crafting Your Career Mindset Towards Social Equity 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Thurs. 4/22 Last Chance For Internships 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Weds. 4/28 How To Ace The Interview in 30 Minutes! 5:00 - 5:30 PM
Did you miss one of our Career Workshops? Browse past slide presentations below.
Is advising available during the summer?
Yes! Career counselors are available all summer to meet with you virtually.
Can I make appointments after graduation?
Yes! You have access to as many appointments as you need for a year after graduation. To make an appointment after you have graduated please call our front desk at 415-422-6216. Alumni more than one year post-grad get one complimentary 1-hour appointment with a career counselor per calendar year ($75 for three additional 30-minute sessions).
How long do I have access to my Handshake account?
Your Handshake account does not expire. As long as you have your login information, you can access your account.
When’s the last day for Linkedin Learning?
For students graduating in May 2020, the last day to use Linkedin Learning for free is May 31, 2020. If you're not graduating this month, you can keep using it.
When will USF services stop being available for graduate students?
Students have unlimited access to USF Career Services for free for a full year after graduation. After that first year, you can still use career services, but there will be a fee.
Any advice on how to turn a summer internship into a long-term gig?
During the internship, I'd recommend having one-on-one meetings with different people in the organization to not only make sure everyone knows you, but to also get a sense of what they do and what's needed. Having a positive attitude and being professional (e.g. always on time, reliable, dress appropriately, etc) is important too! Early on, have a meeting with your direct supervisor to set goals, then have a meeting towards the end to clearly express your interest in the company and opportunities to continue working with them! Put together a list of all the great work, projects, and contributions you've made during your time as an intern to show how invested you are. Make sure that you demonstrate how valuable you are to the organization during the duration of your internship. Sometimes your internship placement might not have the capacity or need to hire an employee at the time, but don't let that discourage you from letting them know about your interest because they could even connect you to your next opportunity at a similar organization.