Are you wondering what job or internship opportunities are out there for your students?
Join the Career, Transfer, and Bachelor Partnership Department as we introduce hireHornets, powered by College Central Network!
hireHornets is our brand new job posting site where students can connect with employers and search for jobs, and where our employer and industry partners can recruit SUNY Broome students and alumni.
Some new and exciting features of hireHornets are: My Career Portfolio (ePortfolio functionality), Experiential Learning module (internship and practicum management for faculty), and Virtual Career Fairs, to name a few.
Request a Class Presentation
Consider infusing all aspects of the career development process into your curriculum by inviting a team member into your class to present on various topics. Experts are available to cover topics such as:
- Overview of Center for Career Development services
- Resume and/or Cover Letter Development (presentations as well as working sessions are both available)
- Interview Coaching
- Job Search Strategies
- LinkedIn Training
- Customized Presentation to fit class needs
*It is expected that faculty members are present in the class while presentation is happening.
Incorporate Career Development Assignments into your Curriculum
It is crucial to introduce students to career exploration and planning, transfer planning, and career readiness and preparation resources as early as possible in their academic careers. Consider including a career development assignment into your syllabus. To explore your needs and options, contact the Career, Transfer, and Bachelor Partnership Department today.
Now Available: newly developed Resume Assignment and Cover Letter Assignment packets (including grading rubrics) available and able to be customized for faculty needs. Contact Chair Val Carnegie to discuss your options (email@example.com).
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 Career, Transfer, and Bachelor Partnership Department to inquire if we would be able to “teach” your class for a day instead of cancelling.