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Many have asked how we can partner to help students achieve their dreams. The mutual goal of faculty and the Career Center is student success; by working together, we can ensure that the transition from student to member of the "real world" is as seamless as possible. We look forward to working with you.

Hawks Hunt

View job and co-op/internship postings, on-campus recruiting schedule.

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Faculty Involvement

There are several ways you can get involved in helping our students and alumni find career success.

Help the Career Center reach your students:
  • Refer students to the Career Center for resume critiques, to plan job search strategies, to complete an internship, or for help with grad school applications.
  • Invite us into your classes or group meetings to speak on career and employment topics.
  • Contact us (x3224 or careers@rwu.edu) to let us know how we can work together.

Hawks Hunt: Solve the mystery of your future
StudentAlumni I EmployerMentor

Share employer contacts

After years of steady growth, the US economy has faltered, having a significant impact on the job market for new college graduates. Some faculty have employment or recruiting contacts that you have called upon for your own students. Others are very talented in preparing students to meet the needs of employers.  We believe we can be even more effective if we address these challenges together in several ways:

Send us contact information:
  • Who do you know that recruits for an organization in which our students and alumni would be interested?
  • What companies would you like to see involved in on-campus recruiting in your field?
  • Which professional associations have memberships that would benefit RWU students and alumni in your field?
  • Refer all your contacts and friends to HAWKS HUNT, so they can register as an employer and/or as a mentor.

Roger Williams University Career Center
Career Exploration and Civic Engagement

One Old Ferry Road
Bristol, RI  02809
(401) 254-3224
fax: (401) 254-3497
careers@rwu.edu

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Presentations

The Career Center is proud to be able to offer the following programs to the Roger Williams University community. We are happy to work with you to present to any size group, students, faculty, or staff.

Past presentations have been given in the classroom; for student organizations, clubs, and athletic teams; and for leadership training or staff development.

To schedule a presentation, or simply get more information, please email the Career Center. If you do not see your topic here, please contact us to discuss your group's needs.

Programs Designed for All Students/Audiences

Service Learning at RWU - in conjunction with FSL
The philosophy of the program and the requirements for fulfilling them are discussed.  This program can be customized based on the demographics of the participants

Customized Programs
The Career Center is able to design programs based on the needs of the audience. We are happy to work with a faculty member, administrator or student organization to design a program.

Co-ops/Internships
Educate your students about the value and process of obtaining an experiential educational opportunity.

Social Networking/Informational Interviewing
Informational interviewing is a wonderful way to meet professionals while learning about their career fields. Social Networking is a successful tool to utilize during a person's career. We can introduce these concepts to your students in this presentation. Covering LinkedIn, Facebook and more.

Cover Letter and Resume Development
Cover letters and resumes are essential tools to launch a career. Let us teach your students how.

Career Fair Success
Students have approximately 30 seconds to make a good impression at a Career Fair. We can teach them how to do it well.

Online Job Search Skills
Learn how to conduct an effective and safe job search.

Interviewing
The cover letter and resume have been a success. The student now has an interview!  Let us teach your students the SKILL of interviewing and follow-up. With appropriate notice, we will invite employers to join us to share their perspective on interviewing.

Evaluating and Negotiating Job Offers
Successful interviewing has led to multiple job offers. How do you decide? Salary is just one indicator. We will discuss benefits, cultures and career opportunities within organizations. We will also discuss how to ask for what you need and/or want during the offer stage.

Success on the Job
This program will address etiquette and cultural diversity in a work setting. Guest speakers may be included.

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