We are the student representatives of the Career Services Center. Our goal is to help students rest easy by providing concrete tools for the often complicated job and internship search.
We are full-time undergraduate students trained by Career Services Center counselors to assist with career planning and preparation, and we are capable of answering any basic career counseling questions. Most importantly, we offer unique advice because as students ourselves, we know exactly what you’re going through.
- Beginning your resume or cover letter
- Critiquing and fine-tuning your resume or cover letter
- Providing an overview of specific resources for finding jobs or internships, preparing for graduate school, or planning your career
- Teaching you to use the DonsCareers/On Campus Interview (OCI)/Internship Exchange systems
- Assisting with basic interview training
- Advising on which Career Center resources are best for your current situation
- Recommending Assessment Tests (under some circumstances)
- Request a Workshop – We do presentations! Any campus organizations – residence halls, service, Greek, academic or professional-based - can request a workshop for an evening program on a career-related topic of your choice.
Visit us in person on UC 5th Floor!
Fall and Spring Drop-in Hours
Visit us on the Web!
Career Planning Peer Web information:
Facebook: USF Career Services
The Career Planning Peers run a career-related blog, updated weekly, with tips, advice, upcoming events, and guest commentators. Think you have some advice about career related topics? We’d love to post a guest blog from you! Contact us at the e-mail listed above for more details.
Hey Seniors – do you want prizes, everlasting fame in the Career Services Center, and the glory of being a winner? Of course you do. But how?!
The answer is easy: participate in our 2nd Annual Best Senior LinkedIn Contest. The top three entries get prizes listed below.
When: The competition takes place from April 1st - 28th; Winners will be announced May 8th.
How: Connect with Ellen Kelly Daley and send her a message stating that you are entering the Best Senior LinkedIn Contest. Also, review our LinkedIn resources here.
You must be a current Senior.
1st Place - Shahe Ju
2nd Place - Adam Lawicki
3rd Place - Stephanie Harner
Jiu Xing (Rose) Chen
Yuanzhu (Cathy) Li