While you continue to live and learn remotely, the Career Center wants to remind our community that full, comprehensive resources are still available via phone appointment - just as you have been accustomed to in-person.   

How to Schedule a Phone Appointment

In order to schedule a phone appointment with a Career Center counselor, please email the Career Center's main account at career@springfieldcollege.edu and provide us with several choices of dates and times, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., that you are available. We will email you a confirmed phone appointment time. In your email, please provide: your name, ID number, phone number, major, appointment reason, class year, and any other pertinent information that you feel is necessary for us to know when scheduling your phone appointment.   


New Resources

Hiring Job Boards, Resources, & Articles for Job Seekers During COVID

In an effort to continually assist our valued students and alumni, the Career Center has been actively researching resources to help you through these difficult times that we are all facing. Please review these job boards to see who is currently hiring while also ascertaining best tips and recommendations to navigate the job market.    

COVID-19: Job Market Insights & Job Search Strategies from Experts
Company’s Hiring and Hiring Freezes - updated daily
Finding a Job During the COVID-19 Crisis (Step-by-Step Tutorial)
Are Companies Still Hiring During the COVID-19 Crisis?
Get Hired Remotely
Who's Hiring Now
Top 100 Remote Work Companies
Remote Job Board
COV-Intern
Best Remote Job Boards
20 Fully Remote Companies Hiring Now
Remote Work Hub
Placement Services for Americans with Disabilities
Remote Workers LinkedIn Group
100TelecommuteJobs

These postings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of the employers.   
 

Career Center Resources on the Virtual Student Affairs Page

The Career Center team has cultivated a wealth of resources for a new Virtual Student Affairs Page. Resources include virtual workshops on resume writing, cover letters, LinkedIn, and interviewing that will be conducted via Zoom. Additionally, you will find links to professional etiquette, the FOCUS self-assessment, virtual career fairs, plus much more.

Virtual Student Affairs Page

 

Career Center PrideNET Page

For current students with access to our PrideNet intranet page, the Career Center has showcased a wealth of resources for students including online career resources, Career Center handouts, career search websites, federal job search resources, diversity resources, international student resources, public services, and video presentations.