The Springfield College Career Center posts jobs through Job Connect (Symplicity) in order to aid students and alumni in their career-related endeavors. Postings that are found in Job Connect do not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of the said employer by the Career Center or the College, nor any relationship between the College and the said employer.
Springfield College makes no implied or express warranties, guarantees, or representations regarding position listings or the accuracy of information provided by the employer. The College assumes no control over links embedded in job postings and the College is not responsible for the legality, accuracy, or any additional aspects of the content of links. The College is not responsible for wages, working conditions, safety, or any additional aspects of employment off-campus without limitation.
Whenever students or alumni pursue any position opportunity in Job Connect or one found from any other source, it is their responsibility for performing due diligence in comprehensively researching employers when applying or securing employment and also for researching the reputations and facts, in earnest, of each agency/organization that one applies to. Please review tips and recommendations related to identifying and avoiding fraudulent jobs and scams on the Career Center's website. Alumni and students should be cautious and exhibit practical and sound judgement when applying for or securing/accepting any position.
Additionally, the Springfield College Career Center website contains external links to other websites for user convenience, however, they are beyond the control of Springfield College and are not affiliated with the College. When visiting external links, the user must refer to that external websites terms and conditions of use. The Springfield College Career Center is not responsible for the contents of any linked site. These sites are offered for informational purposes only. Inclusion of links to websites does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. If a user suspects misuse or abuse by a resource included on the Career Center website, they are encouraged to immediately notify the Career Center (413) 748-3222 or via email at email@example.com.
Job Links for Alumni
Upon completion of the alumni registration form and approval, you will have access to all of your the postings. Additionally, you can upload your resume(s) and cover letter(s). JobConnect also allows you to upload credentials such as an unofficial transcript and reference letters into the system.
Online practice interview software
Springfield College has upgraded to a new system and now you can handle everything—making a gift, registering for an event, updating your address information—effortlessly and without frequenting the post office. It’s all online!
- Career Shift
Career Shift offers online job hunting and career management solutions.
LinkedIn Networking Resources for Alumni
- Springfield College LinkedIn Alumni Group
Network exclusively with other Springfield College Alumni in our closed group on LinkedIn. Requests to join are confirmed by Alumni Relations.
- LinkedIn Higher Education
Learn how to create an effective LinkedIn profile and network.
- Springfield College LinkedIn
See and connect with more than 22,000 Springfield College Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff.
- Springfield College Career Networking Group
A networking resource to connect Springfield College alumni, students, employers, faculty, and staff. Career resources are provided. Feel free to join or start a discussion!
Private Career Counselors and Coaches
- Note these individuals are not affiliated with Springfield College. All services and fees are negotiated between the client and the service provider.
Tom Denham, MCDP
Careers in Transition
Careers In Transition, LLC, is a career counseling firm that specializes in professional and tailored career development advising and guidance. They are not an employment agency, placement firm, executive recruiter or headhunting company.
Cori Ashworth, MEd, CAGS
Coaching is a unique solution to the age-old challenge of how to make positive change in your life. While therapy is focused on the past and insightful consideration of past events, coaching is focused on forward thinking and taking action to achieve new, incremental, professional goals.
The National Career Development Association (NCDA) members provide a variety of career development services. Based on their levels of education, years of experience, and types of credentials/training, they may be career counselors or specialists. Depending on your unique needs, you may choose to contact an NCDA member based on their education, experience, and/or their location. NCDA members are independent practitioners and their prices for services vary. Please contact members and view their websites for details.
The National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. and Affiliates is a nonprofit, independent certification organization, which establishes and monitors a national certification system with the goal of identifying counselors who have voluntarily sought and obtained certification, and maintaining a register of those counselors.
The International Coach Federation
The International Coach Federation seeks to advance the art, science and practice of professional coaching. ICF is the support network for these professional coaches. Whether it’s Life Coaching, Executive Coaching, Leadership Coaching or any other skilled coaching, ICF leads the global community in advancing the profession. ICF helps serve the flourishing of humanity by using coaching’s creative and thought-provoking process to maximize professional and personal potential