Student Employment Services
The mission of Student Employment Services is to provide opportunities for connections between students who are seeking jobs and companies that are seeking employees.
The Job Search Process
- Business Etiquette
Professionalism is about more than just dressing appropriately or saying the correct words; it is a manner of social graces that defines you as a professional. Check out our tips on business etiquette to better understand the established rules that professionals from all backgrounds agree upon.
- Craft Your Image
Putting your best foot forward when going into an interview often start with dressing the part. We are here to help give you tips on how to dress for your interview.
- Resume Preparation
Employers might receive hundreds of resumes in the mail each day, but only a few job seekers are invited to a job interview. Be sure that your resume stands out. Let us help you get prepared. Learn how to build your resume or fine-tune your existing resume.
- Cover Letter Writing
A cover letter is written to accompany your resume any time you mail it to a prospective employer. It should be brief, business-like and addressed to a specific person. Let us help you get started.
During the year we offer two job fairs in collaboration with Upper Savannah Council of Governments (SCWorks). This is a great opportunity for students to get real experience interacting with HR professionals in the region.
- Interview Practice
Interviewing for a new job can be intimidating. Practice can go along way in making you more comfortable in the interview chair. We can provide you with tips or help you practice your interview skills in-person or through a webcam.
- Job Fair Preparation
A job fair is an amazing opportunity to browse through a multitude of companies and organizations to find your dream job. You want to put your best foot forward when attending this type of event. We've developed a preparation guide to help you get started.