Your path to success!

The wondrous world of careers, passions, and personal quests awaits from the moment you enroll in class at Governors State University, and our Career Services Office is available to help you navigate every path that leads to Destination Success!

Our assignment is to walk you through an exciting journey to discover a place of professional and personal fulfillment, satisfaction, and contribution. Along the way, our career counselors will partner with you to identify interests and talents that parlay into academic majors and lifelong pursuits. Near the end of your academic journey, our team will walk you through the entire job search process, helping you craft a dynamic resume, identify valuable internships, and cultivate sure fire interview skills that wow hiring managers.

Our 4- Year Career Compass takes you from the classroom to the boardroom with a customized step-by-step process designed to keep you on track from freshman through senior year.

Stop by the Office of Career Services and work with our team to chart your very own course to stellar universe of success!

Darcie Campos
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and
Director of Career Services
Email: dcampos@govst.edu

Jobs for Jaguars

Jobs for Jaguars

Jobs for Jaguars offers students and alumni the opportunity to search for jobs, on and off campus, as well as internships.  Employers are invited to register here and recruit talent.  GSU’s talent pool is as deep and diverse as it is skilled and creative.Click here to see a quick tutorial on where to locate positions on Jobs for Jaguars.

Students click here
Alumni click here
Employers click here

Vault

Vault

If you are new to the workforce, making a lateral move or a career change, Vault.com  can help. Vault’s blogs are written by experts who provide the knowledge you need for the career and company you want.  Search current job openings or research employers, schools, and industries.

What Can I Do With This Major?

What Can I Do With This Major?

Finally, a convenient website that helps you connect classroom projects with career tracks. Click on the major that interests you to discover common industries and employers, as well as prevailing trends and strategies.

The Washington Center Internship Program

The Washington Center Internship Program

Undergraduate and graduate students seeking unique and challenging opportunities in our nation’s capital can connect with the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC). An independent, nonprofit organization that serves hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States and other countries, TWC provides select students rich opportunities to work and learn in Washington, D.C., for academic credit. Contact liaison Darcie Campos at dcampos@govst.edu for more information. 

 And to get a closer look at the Washington Center Internship experience of a Governors State University student, check out Isaiah's blog today!  

O*net

O*net

Jaguars, are you looking for career options or opportunities? Visit O*NET Online (no password required) to learn more. Human Resources professionals are welcome, too and information also is available in Spanish.

Parker Dewey

Parker Dewey

Parker Dewey matches great talent with great projects, providing short-term assignments on behalf of leading corporations, emerging ventures, and other organizations. Typical time requirement ranges from five and 40 hours, with deliverables expected a few days to a few weeks after initiation.