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Career Services

Career Services

Handshake

Handshake is the #1 way college students find internships and jobs, including on-campus employment. Visit the Career Center Resource Library for resume resources, upcoming career events, and more! Don’t forget to download the Handshake App.


Career Exploration

Career exploration includes self-assessment, researching career options, and developing a plan to reach your unique career goals.


Job Search

Resources to help you search for jobs and internships, as well as research employers.


Internships

Internships can help you gain knowledge and skills, explore your values and the impact you have on society, learn about various professions, and easily transition to the professional world or graduate school.


Resume, Cover Letter, and LinkedIn

A resume is your professional introduction to an employer or graduate program. Create a resume that highlights how your education, skills, experiences, and accomplishments will benefit each position you apply to.

Log into Handshake and visit the Career Center Resources for an expanded selection of resume and cover letter samples.


Interview Skills

A job interview is one of the most important parts of a job search and an opportunity for you to promote your skills, knowledge, experience, and the value you will bring to the organization. Need help? Call Career Services at 603-358-2500 to schedule a mock interview.


Salary Negotiation and Job Offer Resources

Prepare for your interview and potential job offer by knowing your worth, researching salaries, and understanding & practicing negotiation.


Graduate School

Career Services assists students in planning for graduate school. Ideally, graduate school planning should begin early in a student’s college career to assure that prerequisite courses are taken and that students are well-prepared for admissions examinations.


Contact Student Academic Support Services (SASS)

603-358-2500
ksc.sass@keene.edu
229 Main Street
Keene, New Hampshire 03435