This Internet Explorer browser is a version no longer supported by Microsoft. Please see some options for better browsing performance. The Career Development Center at Fairleigh Dickinson University provides an on-line job posting system free of charge to employers and to Fairleigh Dickinson students and alumni seeking employment opportunities. All job listings are posted at the discretion of the Career Development Center, and it reserves the right to edit or refuse job announcements for any reason. The Career Development Center provides a referral service and makes no particular recommendations regarding employers or applicants. The goal is to provide accurate posting information.
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Career Development at Fairleigh Dickinson University
For the latest FAQs, health and safety plans, links to the dashboard and more, visit the Campus Reopening page. At Dickinson, we are future-ready and realize that the traditional model of career preparedness is changing. The average worker has 10 jobs before age 40, so our focus is on providing students with the tools to be polished, career-ready professionals at launch, as well as for the rest of their work career. We help students identify, confirm and then pursue their authentic interests, which we believe lie at the intersection of their priorities, personality, skills and values. We help students develop a customized pathway—from resumes, interviewing and networking workshops to alumni databases, internship searches and job shadows—which facilitates focused exploration and confident, informed decision making.
Due to extremely high phone volume, it may be faster to reach us by email! Resumes are documents that are requested by employers in many fields outside of the academic arena. Most private sector, nonprofit and government jobs require a resume rather than a CV.