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Career Services | Fall 2021
Career Services encourages all students to meet with an advisor to refine and establish their professional goals for the year. We continue to support students and alumni through video advising appointments, the curation of job and internship opportunities in TritonTrack, and virtual professionalization events. We are committed to providing useful and timely information about the changing employment landscape.
Contact the Career Services team at email@example.com.
For more information on the College’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit https://www.eckerd.edu/coronavirus/.
Career Advising & Student Employment Paperwork Appointments
All career advising appointments during Fall 2021 will take place via Zoom.
Due to federal regulations, all student employment paperwork appointments (I-9 appointments) must take place in-person in the Career Services office.
Both video advising appointments and in-person student employment paperwork appointments can be scheduled on TritonTrack at any time.
Employment Opportunities & Employers
The Employer Relations and Internships Coordinator, Michael Nordberg, will continue to advocate for students and curate over 100 positions per week in TritonTrack. These positions will be sourced nationwide with a special emphasis on areas where students are from.
Students with questions about specific employers may contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A highlight of curated positions and news will continue to be sent in the Weekly Newsletter.
Students are encouraged to utilize Career Contacts in TritonTrack and the alumni search in LinkedIn in order to continue informational interviews and, if available, job shadowing with alumni and professionals.
The Career Mentor program will continue as normal.
Student Employment Program
Students who are interested in working for the College during the Fall 2021 semester are encouraged to bring their employment eligibility document or documents to campus with them when they arrive: see page 3 of USCIS Form I-9 for the list of acceptable documents.