UMass Amherst Career Development Adapts to Changing Times

"UMass Amherst Career Development Adapts to Changing Times"

Read Full Interview featured in "Inside UMass" with Cheryl L. Brooks, Ph.D. Associate Provost of Career Development & Professional Connections, and Mary Detloff, Deputy Director of News & Media Relations.

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Whether you’re wondering where to beginlooking for an internship, or starting your job search, we will guide you through the process of your unique career development. 

While the UMass students are engaging in online classes, the University Career Centers are still here for you with online resources, job and internship postings, and phone or skype appointments.

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The University of Massachusetts Amherst is continuing to closely monitor the challenges associated with COVID-19 and its impact on student internships. 

As such, we have partnered with Parker Dewey to provide the opportunity to pursue a Micro-Internship.

These opportunities are: 

  • short-term
  • professional
  • paid work experience
  • completely remote!

GET STARTED!

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Just For Students

Are you an Undergraduate or Graduate student? We have information geared especially for you!  Check our Announcements Page for updates about your College's Career Center.

Standing out from the crowd:  How to add a portfolio to your LinkedIn profile

 

What employers are looking for when hiring: Join Associate Director, Tiffany Appleton as she talks with employers about what they look for in a resume!

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Career Video Spotlight

Welcome to the first round of "What Would You Say?"! Our host Maggie catches up with Billy on the street to see how he'd fare against some of the toughest interview questions out there!

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What Can I Do With This Major?

"Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this website will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate."

 

Career exploration helps students learn about a variety of occupations and professions, while Self-Assessment Tools help students to gain an understanding of their strength and interests.

 

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Questions?

Contact the Career Development & Professional Connections HUB via email careerservices@umass.edu