The Career Services Center provides support for students and alumni on LinkedIn profiles, writing resumes and cover letters, interview practice, finding a job or internship, and exploring careers and majors.
- School of Management Graduate Career Services: USF Graduate School of Management is now using Handshake! Check out over 120,000 employers and navigate over 500,000 job postings, along with access to all of our subscriptions and professional development tools to enhance your job search and launch your career.
- School of Law Office of Career Services: The Office of Career Services (OCS) is staffed with attorney-counselors who have diverse legal experience and networks they draw upon while working with you on career planning and job search strategy, and connecting you with alumni and other contacts and opportunities in the legal community.
The Student Employment Office helps document work eligibility, coordinate Federal Work-Study, and identify off-campus FWS positions.
A work-study award is a form of financial aid which provides an opportunity for undergraduates and 2nd and 3rd year law school students to earn money by working on campus or with a qualified off campus employer to help meet their educational expenses. Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for a work-study award.