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    Resume Critiques

    Get your resume reviewed by your Career Services Coordinator.

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    Programs and Events

    Our office sponsors a wide range of programming throughout the year for students.

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    Work Abroad

    Working abroad is a great way to experience a different culture, gain work experience in your field of study, and work for outstanding companies and organizations.

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    Co-op

    Co-op is the best way for you to immerse yourself in the real world and apply what you're learning and experiencing while at RIT.

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    Career Fair

    University-Wide Career Fairs
    are offered in the fall and spring.

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What's Happening

Recent Grads -- we'd love to know where you are headed (job, grad school, military?). Take Handshake's First Destination Survey -- you may have a chance at an Amazon gift card.

Check out the Salary Data from last year's class. Still in the middle of the interview process? Then you may want to read through our Evaluating  Job Offers and Salary Negotiation information.

 


HANDSHAKE HELPER TIP #4: Editing Grad Dates in Your Profile

It is possible that your graduate date needs to be updated in Handshake. We walk you through the steps in our Editing Your Profile blog post. (Much of your profile is editable).

Handshake is now offering a new feature allowing students to view and review the various companies. Student Reviews allow students to tell their stories about their past internships that will be posted on to the company's profile page in Handshake.  

Visit the Student Reviews article on our Blog for more information.

Remember, we do have a Handshake page on our site with useful information for you too. Handshake is your source for job opportunities and events.


JOB OFFER GUIDELINES AND PRINCIPLES FOR ETHICAL PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Please Note: we adhere to National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Job Offer Guidelines and Principles for Ethical Professional Practice. Become familiar with them as you start to actively seek a job and start interviewing.