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Career Center
Roscoe West Hall, Room 102
(609) 771-2161
Employment Services?
Placement Services?
Other Career Services
  • Help writing resumes
  • Individual career counseling
  • Interview help
  • LionsLink (recruitment program)
  • Major, career, and student employment resources
Best Student Jobs On Campus
  • Bookstore
  • Department offices
  • Information Technology department
  • Information desk
  • The library
  • The Library Café
  • The Rathskellar
  • Tutoring center
  • Office of Records & Registration
Worst Student Jobs On Campus
  • Café jobs
  • The convenience store
Best Places to Work Off Campus
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Best Buy
  • Chili's
  • Houlihan's
  • New Horizons Treatment Services
  • Princeton House Clinic
  • ShopRite
  • Starbucks
  • Stop & Shop
  • Cheeburger Cheeburger
  • Five Guys Burger & Fries
  • P.F. Chang's
Advice on Finding a Job/Internship
  • Make frequent use of the Office of Career Services. Most students overlook this office in the Roscoe P. West Old Library or are unaware of its existence. The staff is extremely helpful with career counseling, offering aptitude and vocation tests, guidance, and catalogs of places that usually hire students. Most students who use Career Services find a job.
  • On-campus jobs are relatively rare. This usually means applying ahead of time is vital. Students begin sending in applications online to on-campus sites midway through the semester preceding the one they wish to work. Most of these jobs are simple and involve reception, filing, and delivering items. Some other popular jobs with students are in the school's IT office; these usually require some hardware and software knowledge. Keep your GPA high because many on-campus employers judge your ability to work by your GPA.
  • Working full time on a schedule of three or more units is a costly mistake. If a student works full time, he or she is best advised to take one or two classes at most.
  • Working off campus is not preferable because most jobs are in stores and eateries along the highway, which means commuting and sometimes facing rush hour. Furthermore, employers off campus are generally not as lenient as on-campus employers on the student's schedule. For example, most places require a student to work a minimum of 15 to 17 hours; some require 20. This is doable in the beginning of the semester, but it is a mistake to work these hours during the middle and end of the semester. However, many students find they need money to make ends meet. In this case, time management is the key, and working ahead in classes is highly beneficial.
  • Your adviser and department have information on internship sites that the College has coordinated with in the past. Usually, these documents are on your department's website. Also, the career center can help in finding an internship. If a student has found him or herself an internship outside of these methods, the student must coordinate the process with his or her adviser and the Office of Records & Registration.
Firms That Most Frequently Hire Grads
  • Deloitte & Touche
  • Enterprise
  • Ernst & Young
  • Klatzkin & Company
  • KPMG
Grads Entering Job Market
Within six months: 94%

Student Polls

How helpful is the career center in helping students find jobs or internships?    Based on 37 responses

  • 59% Very helpful. They help you find jobs/internships and provide lots of tools and workshops.
  • 30% Somewhat helpful. The career center offers resources but not much individual attention.
  • 8% Somewhat ineffective. There are some resources, but you're pretty much on your own.
  • 3% Totally ineffective. They make little or no effort to help you find a job/internship.

How strong is the alumni network at your school?    Based on 39 responses

  • 18% Very strong. Alumni are involved in lots of events and do a lot of campus recruiting.
  • 54% Somewhat strong. There are some events and you can connect with alumni if you want.
  • 26% Somewhat weak. There are a few alumni events but no real connection with alumni.
  • 3% Almost non-existent. After graduation, alumni have little or no affiliation with the school.
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