Map out your career plan with the checklist designed for your year at USJ!
Need assistance? Contact the Career Development Center for help at any stage of your career!
The Career Development Center is staffed with professionals to help you with short-term and long-term career goals. While you are at USJ we have resources to help make career decisions: resume writing workshops, one-on-one career counseling, and professional development guidance. The University will help connect you to unpaid/paid internships, on-campus and off-campus employment, and events with alumni and other professionals in a wide range of careers. Throughout your academic journey, USJ resources and staff are available to help you prepare for a successful career after graduation.
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The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program allows for USJ students to find part-time employment on campus. FWS has many proven benefits including acquiring work experience for your resume, financial assistance for your expenses, networking opportunities, and it also allows you to explore career options.
Departments with FWS positions include:
- Art Museum
- Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities
- Institutional Advancement
- Student Financial Services
- & many more departments on campus
For full-time undergraduate students interested in FWS positions, please contact the Student Employment Office in the Career Development Center.
Learn about average earnings for various professions by location.
- U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Access federal wage data.
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- Connecticut State Department of Education
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- U.S. Department of Education
- The Educator’s Reference Desk
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Find thousands of four- to six-page reports on education topics geared toward teachers and policymakers.
- Library in the Sky
- Connecticut Department of Higher Education
- The Chronicle of Higher Education
Search for graduate programs by profession and/or location.
- The National Board of Professional Teaching Standards
- The National Education Association
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