Get Noticed and Be Prepared. Access your FREE Purple Briefcase faculty/staff account by registering as a new user. Refer to the Faculty/Staff User Guide for detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to register, develop and use your account (including screen-shots).
An ALCC Team Member will then approve your account within 24 business-hours, and you will have access to endless resources. Purple Briefcase is an important source of information, career-related events, and career exploration tools. Most importantly Purple Briefcase is the main platform that SUNY Broome uses to post internships, job opportunities, and other important career-related info.
Help your students become career ready by infusing Big Interview into your curriculum. Big Interview offers powerful video tutorials and virtual interview practice software for students, as well as faculty functions that allow the creation of mock interview “assignments.” The platform is engaging and extremely user-friendly. Help your students gain the skills and confidence needed to land their dream job. Contact Jeanie Kumpon (x 5244 or email@example.com) for more information or to schedule a tutorial.
Request a Class Presentation
Complete our Classroom Presentation Request form if you would like to invite an ALCC team member into your classroom*. Topics include:
- Overview of Applied Learning & Career Center services
- Resume & Cover Letter Development
- Interview Coaching (1:1 or group coaching, or a Mock Interview event with local employers)
- Job Search Strategies
- Hornet Headshots
- LinkedIn Training
- JobZone Trainings
- Customized Presentation to fit class needs
*It is expected that faculty members are present in the class while an ALCC presentation is happening.
Incorporate Applied Learning & Career Assignments into your Curriculum
It is crucial to introduce students to career readiness and preparation resources early on in their academic careers. Consider including an Applied Learning or Career assignment into your syllabus. To explore your needs and options, contact the ALCC today.
Don’t Cancel Class! Initiative
Do you have a planned Conference to attend? Has “life” happened one morning (sickness in the family, emergency, etc.) and you feel like you will have to cancel class? DON’T! Consider contacting the ALCC to inquire if we would be able to “teach” your class for a day instead of cancelling. If something comes up, reach out and we will do our best to get your class covered.