Faculty & Staff
Connections & Collaborations
Students benefit from the professional collaborations between Career Exploration and Success and campus partners in academic and non-academic departments. We as professionals also benefit as we work together to build towards a students’ career success. Help us connect with your students from their first year on campus, to the time they are about to graduate, and beyond.
Request a Presentation
Career Exploration and Success (CES) partners with student organizations, faculty/staff, and administrators to offer career-related programs.
- Requests are reviewed and fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Requests must be made a minimum of three weeks prior to the program.
- Evening workshops must end by 8:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday.
- Program length should not exceed 60 minutes, including Q&A.
- Choose from the following topics: Career Exploration 101, Resumes/Cover Letters, Interview Skills, Job/Internship Search, Marketing Your Experience/Personal Branding.
- Provide a list of class/organization members' RUIDs for follow-up survey and statistics (a minimum of 20 students must be confirmed to participate via sign-up sheet at least two days prior to the event. If there are not 20 students confirmed to participate, CES reserves the right to cancel the program.)
- Arrange room and AV equipment or virtual room logistics.
While your program request may fit the criteria outlined above, Career Exploration and Success reserves the right to determine whether or not staffing is available to assist you.
Become an Official Campus Partner
Official campus partners are faculty and staff who share information about Career Exploration and Success with their students. Our partners help us in a variety of ways, including sharing information through digital display screens, incorporating a PowerPoint slide highlighting a career-related resource into their presentations, receiving our monthly career newsletter in order to stay informed, and more.
Include Online Tools In Your Syllabus
Whether students are choosing a major/career, planning their job search, or applying to graduate school, the Office of Career Exploration and Success has the online resources to help them develop their career action plan!
- Traitify is an innovative career exploration system designed to help assess your skills, interests, and values.
Explore Majors and Careers
- FirstHand Career Exploration Guides is the web's ultimate destination for insider career and job information.
- Student-Alumni Career Connect is an online database of Rutgers alumni willing to provide career advice.
- GoinGlobal provides career information which assists students in pursuing global career paths.
- Linkedin Learning provides training on software or skills.
- Rutgers Handshake Job & Internship Postings provides access to thousands of employment and interview opportunities.
- Big Interview Resume AI: Mock Interview allows students to rehearse interview questions online and further develop strong interview skills.
- Peterson's Test and Career Prep provides materials for practicing a wide variety of college and graduate school entrance exams.
Interested in integrating this tool into your syllabus or curriculum? Contact Sue Pye, Director, Self-discovery & Career Exploration to, to assist you in utilizing these tools.
Career Community Advisory Boards
The Office of Career Exploration and Success has developed a career ecosystem at Rutgers-New Brunswick with community members working to ensure positive post-graduation outcomes for all students. Advisory boards comprised of faculty, staff, employers, and student leaders steer each career community's efforts. The groups oversee mentoring programs and plan career development programming, exploration events with alumni, and networking opportunities with employers.
Interested in joining an advisory board? Contact Sue Pye, Director, Self-discovery & Career Explorations and Interim Director, Experiential Education & Post-graduation Success.