Are you looking for a new job or interested in changing careers? Schedule an appointment by logging onto our new system, Handshake.
Staff in Career & Life Planning are happy to review your resume, cover letter or personal statement. Email your document and the corresponding job or graduate school description as Microsoft Word attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regardless of where you are currently located, you may benefit from our online resources:
• Online Job Boards
• Mock Interview Software
• Career Exploration Tools
• Online Appointment Scheduling for In-Person or Phone Appointments
• Learn more.
Created in partnership with the Office of Alumni Relations, the Alumni Career Network exists to help you gain greater access to alumni professionals and career advice. Learn More
Not sure where to go or what to do now that you've graduated? Career & Life Planning Staff are here to help you.
Don't have a job yet? It's okay. Consider the following to build your resume while you continue looking:
• Pursuing a gap year experience or working abroad
• Peace Corps
• Preparing for Graduate or Professional School
• Learn How to Become...
Build Your Resume During Your Job Search
Many professionals focus on database searching during their job search and become frustrated with results. Re-think Your Job Search Strategy & Diversify.
• Attend a local Meetup or Professional Association on a regular basis.
• Learn a new skill through a free online course.
• Connect with Alumni on LinkedIn and start building an e-portfolio.
• Request an informational interview from someone in your field of interest.
Sometimes, you may receive a job offer and find yourself unsure how to respond. Here are some helpful tips:
• Evaluate the Job Offer
• Navigate Salary & Benefits
° View PowerPoint
° Watch Video Recording
• View Sample Correspondence to an Employer:
° Acceptance Letter
° Withdrawal Letter
° Decline Letter
Thriving Your First Year After College
Please note our office is focused on career preparation, planning and experiential learning. Here are some resources to help you thrive during your first year after graduation.
• What to Expect in the Workplace
• Advice For New Professionals
• Design Your First Budget in 30 Minutes
• Print Out a Budget WorkSheet
• Consider Advice By Recent Grads, For Recent Grads
• Relocation Essentials
The Rollins Young Alumni Network offers a variety of opportunities to keep you engaged with the College after graduation. Take advantage of central alumni programs like the Alumni Career Network, regional Alumni Clubs, and Alumni Weekend, as well as other free resources and benefits. Learn More