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Co-op & Career Services
The Office of Co-op & Career Services’ website has useful information for liberal arts students and alumni. You’re encouraged to explore the website fully at http://www.rit.edu/emcs/oce/.
Some points of interest include:
Events Calendar - See what’s going on on-campus! Find out when employers will be here, workshops are being held, and any special events hosted by the Office of Co-op & Career Services.
Federal Jobs Page - Interested in working for the federal government? This is a good place to start. Find information on everything from searching for a federal job, to pay grades, security clearance, and resume writing for the public sector.
Career Mentor Network - Find a mentor to help in your professional development. RIT maintains a network of career mentors, many of whom are RIT alumni, broken down by major, job title, and the mentor’s current employer. The career mentors have expressed interest in being connected with a RIT student.
Working a Career Fair - Getting ready to attend a career fair? Here’s some information on what to do before, during, and after to get the most out of the experience. It's recommended that students make an appointment with their Career Services Counselor 3-4 weeks prior to the Career Fair in order to strategically plan their day and polish their resume and "60 Second Commercial."