Spotlight of Student Organizations: Cornell Wardrobe
Cornell Wardrobe provides pre-professional clothing, helping any Cornell student pursue any opportunity
Inspired by students, new Exec. Director of Cornell Career Services takes helm
Erica Kryst Ph.D. comes to Cornell with a robust background in higher education.
Career Development Toolkit Wins Award for Technology Innovation
Career Development Toolkit wins Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) inaugural Excellence in Technology Award.
Job and Internship Scams - What To Do
Online job boards seem like a great way to scour the web for opportunities, but they also give scammers a direct line to your contact information, so you need to be diligent. Recognize red flags, do your homework, and make sure it's legit. Keep safe online!
Beware of Job and Internship Scams
Review CIT article on Tips to Avoid Fake Student Job Postings That Can Cost You Money
5 Ways for Students to Start the Year Strong
Tips and resources for Cornellians across campus.
New dashboard yields insight on postgraduate career paths
The Cornell Outcomes Dashboard allows users to view a wide variety of Cornell postgraduate activity
Career Services Awarded Article of the Year by National Organization
The Career Check Up is a way to proactively reach students to increase awareness and use of career services. Through brief, solution-focused approaches, staff provide career education while improving students’ career readiness and wellbeing.
Service, connections, leadership: 60 years of Cornellians in the Peace Corps
This week marks 60 years since President John F. Kennedy launched the Peace Corps with a vision to foster cooperation and connections across cultures worldwide. Cornellians have played a major role in the organization’s success — from early work by founding staff member Richard Ottinger ’50 to the hundreds of Cornell alumni who’ve volunteered since its birth in 1961
Cornell Defender Program Launches
A pilot program designed to help students gain an understanding of the legal system and support New York State efforts to ensure high-quality advocacy for indigent individuals who are accused of criminal activity or are facing loss of parental rights.
Virtual Activities 2020
All campus employer activities this fall will be happening virtually, starting with University Career Fair Days on September 9 and 10, and continuing with other career fairs, interviews, and employer information sessions.