- Q. Who is eligible to use Career Services?
- A. Matriculated University of Delaware students
and U.D. alumni. Matriculated students include both full and part-time students
enrolled in a degree program.
- Q. Where do I find the Applicant Conduct Policy?
- A. Click here to access the Applicant Conduct Policy
- Q. How do I locate part-time or summer jobs?
- A. You can log into our Blue Hen Careers database:
- Q. Do you have resources for finding an internship?
- A. All students have access to Blue Hen Careers, our web resource that lists local, regional, and national internship opportunities.
Also see www.udel.edu/CSC/intern.html for information on finding
the proper internship for your needs and what to expect from an internship.
It also lists some gateway sites for exploring national internships. In
addition, we have more than 30 internship directories which describe exciting
national and international internships in every field in the Career Resource
Center at 401 Academy Street.
- Q. How do I get credit for my internship?
- A. Each department has its own crediting
procedure for internships. Career Services sponsors a class - Univ 364-Experiential
Education which provide 3 elective credits through a combination of weekly
class meetings and 50 hours of concurrent internship experience .Contact
Marianne Green, (302)831-1231 or email to (email@example.com) for details.
- Q. How can Career Services help me with
- A. On-line information about graduate
school is available at Career Service's web site www.udel.edu/CSC/gradschool.html The complete Peterson's
guide, testing information,
and other helpful resources may be found in the Career Resource Center in
401 Academy Street. Graduate School Fair and the Law School Fair bring representative
from graduate schools to share information.
- Q. How do I find out what jobs connect with
- A. Go to the the Majors Resource Kit that fits
each potential major. Also check out U.S. News web site and the Career Plans
Survey. Look through the books in the "Exploring" section
of the Career Resource Center at Career Services. Make an appointment for consultation and possible career testing.
- Q. How can Career Services help me find
a career position during my senior year or after graduation?
- Job Fairs- twelve job fairs are set up each
year for networking. Check What's Happening.
- Job Vacancy Listings- Binders in Career
Service's career library contain numerous trade publications and up-dated
job leads for many occupations.
- Resume Referral System- Post your resume
on-line so potential employers can view/print it. This service is available
only to matriculated students. You must register with Career Services to
- Campus Interview Program- More than 250
employers visit U.D. annually to interview students and/or from a variety
of majors. The Campus Interview Program is coordinated through a
web-based system and protected by user names and passwords.
- Q. Where can I find information about salaries?
- A. The quarterly salary survey developed
by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and other resources are available here.
- Q. What are some good internet sites I can
use to locate employment?
- A. Try this CSC web site www.udel.edu/CSC/netresources.html
to explore some valuable job related internet sites.
- Q. How do I get information on writing resumes
and cover letters?
- A. Pick up a Resume
and Cover Letter handout or sign up for a resume critique at Career
Services. Attend a resume workshop - dates and times are listed on www.udel.edu/CSC/happening.html or view a web presentation on resumes
- Q. How do I get information on Interview
- A. Pick up an Interview
Preparation handout at Career Services. Attend an Interview Preparation
workshop - dates and times are listed on www.udel.edu/CSC/happening.html and the CSC newsletter or view a web presentation on interview
preparation at www.udel.edu/UMS/itv/csc/interview.
- Q. What is the best way to find out what
career events are scheduled?
- A. Visit Career Service's "What's Happening"
web site at www.udel.edu/CSC/happening.html