- GRADUATE STUDIES
- STUDENT LIFE
A wide range of services are available to students and alumni around career decision making and job searching. These include career counseling, career coaching, career assessment testing, workshops, career panels, an alumni mentoring program, job and internship listings, on-campus recruiting, career fairs and mock interviews. A career resource library provides a variety of materials to help students research careers options and identify potential employers and job opportunities. Assistance is also available for writing resumes and cover letters and applying to graduate school. Staff is available for individual meetings and Skype, phone or e-mail consultations. The office is open weekdays throughout the year. Evening hours are available by appointment.
Information on internship procedures and potential sites is available through each academic department. The Career Services Office also has internship directories and can assist students in identifying internship opportunities related to their career interests. The career services staff is available to help students in preparing resumes and cover letters. Visit our Internships page for more information.
Employers who are interested in participating in on-campus recruiting events should contact the office. Internship or job listings may be e-mailed, faxed or mailed to the office.
Ann N. Goodrich-Bazan
In a recent survey of Franklin Pierce 2011 graduates:
Employers hiring Rindge 2011 graduates include:
New Career Center made possible
by the generosity of alums Lloyd
and Helen Ament Astmann ‘69
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