Drop-in Advising

Drop-Ins

Did you know that you can have your questions answered without an appointment? Meet with a career services coordinator for a quick 15-minute drop-in to review general job search questions in-person or virtually.

Our staff will provide drop-in support for:

  • Resume Reviews
  • Cover Letter Critique
  • Job Search Strategies
  • LinkedIn Profile Reviews
  • Mock Interviews
  • Reporting Co-op

Drop-in hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
  • Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Locations:

  • In-person is in our office on the main floor of the Bausch and Lomb Center, Office of Career Services and Co-op
  • Virtual drop-ins are conducted via Zoom, login to RIT Career Connect and the drop-in hours link is on the main page banner.

If you think your question may take longer than 15 minutes, make an appointment through RIT Career Connect or contact your coordinator or counselor directly.

Mock Interviews

Students have the opportunity to practice their virtual interview skills with a career services coordinator. Through pre-recorded or live, virtual mock interviews, students can grow more comfortable and confident in their interview skills. 

Virtual, Live Mock Interviews

Virtual, Live Mock Interviews are tentatively returning this Spring 2022

To sign up, complete the Mock Interview Request form to customize your mock interview experience. After completing the form, follow the form's steps to schedule your Mock Interview with a coordinator. Failure to schedule an appointment will result in the cancelation of your request. 

Mock Interview Availability:
Spring 2022

To request interpreting services go to https://myaccess.rit.edu/myAccess5/.

Pre-Recorded Mock Interviews

Pre-Recorded Mock Interviews are returning this Spring 2022

Access pre-recorded mock interviews through RIT Career Connect

  • On the left navigation bar, under Resources, students will select Mock Interviews
  • Under the search tab, search for “Coordinator Reviewed Mock Interview

 

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