Faculty / Staff Resources
Welcome to the Career Services web site for faculty and staff. We value the important role you play here at the University of Scranton and appreciate the significance of the impact you have on our students. We created this web site for you to use as a quick reference to career related information for your own use or that of the students. If you have any questions or would like to talk with anyone of us, please call 941-7640. Thank you!
Constance McDonnell, Director - email
Elizabeth Rozelle, Assistant Director, Career Development Specialist - email
Frank Gilmartin, Assistant Director, Career Information Specialist - email
Cheryl Collarini, Career Relations Manager - email
Maureen Ciliberto, Career OutreachSpecialist - email
Tracy Muth, Administrative Assistant - email
Location: Ciszek Hall, Mulberry Street, Scranton, PA
Hours: Monday and Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 8:30 am-6:30pm
Walk-in hours are Friday 9:00 am -3:00 pm
- Help the student identify his or her interests, skills, and values including the use of career assessments, when appropriate. We use the Strong Interest Inventory and the Self-Directed Search.
- Help the student explore possible careers related to his or her major
- Assist with the internship search and preparation
- Teach resume writing, cover letter writing, and interviewing skills
- Critique resumes, cover letters, and other job search letters
- Conduct videotaped mock interviews in 30-60-minute appointments
- Help a student identify job search resources
- Help the student learn and conduct an effective job search
- Help the student find resources that could help them to apply to graduate and professional schools
- Encourage students to make a scheduled appointment by calling 941-7640 or by “walking in” Fridays from 10:00am-3:00pm.
- Encourage students and alumni to register with our job, internship/resume database system: http://collegecentral.com/scranton/
- Encourage students to use our online resources for career planning (assessment tools), job search (resumes, cover letters, interviewing, job search strategies), and graduate/professional school application: http://academic.uofs.edu/department/ocs/
- Faculty members are always welcome to join our staff in meetings, lunches, or tours with employers visiting campus.
- Encourage employers, possibly alumni, who may contact you directly, to participate in our recruiting program and to register with our job, internship/resume database system: http://collegecentral.com/scranton/.
- Request a presentation Some topics include: office services, career decision making, resume and cover letter writing, job search, interviewing but we can customize a presentation/program to meet your needs. We can come to your classroom or you can bring your class to our location. Whether you have 10 minutes or two hours, we would love the opportunity to talk with your students.
- Don’t cancel your class. If you anticipate a need to cancel class, let us know and we may be available to visit your class and discuss a career related topic with your students.
- Request a tour of Career Services.
- Student Outcomes - Employment
- Student Outcomes – Graduate School
- Do you know where your students are? When we follow the successes of our graduates, we find that we can more effectively assist our current students with understanding career options. If you learn of the post graduation plans of a student, we would be grateful if you would share that information with us.
Writing Reference Letters
- Sample Faculty Reference Letter
- Suggested Guides for Reference Givers
- What Can a Faculty Member Say or Write?
- University of Scranton Office of Career Services Employment Recommendation Request Form
Supplemental Instructional Materials
- We have various printed one page handouts that you may want to use to supplement your class lectures. (The topics include applying to graduate school, on-site interviews, cover letters, resume preparation, making the most of jobs fairs, first year on the job, interview skills, dining etiquette,career planning for undecided students, and preparing your resume in electronic format)
- When creating your syllabus, consider incorporating career-related information and assignments to your course. Example: assignments to do a resume or to complete a videotaped mock interview. Also, consider including some of our upcoming career events such as the annual dining etiquette program and the annual employment fair.
Specific Information about a variety of careers linked to certain majors
- What Can I do with this Major?
- If you have career (employment and advanced education) information, publications, web links or other resources about your discipline that you think students would find helpful, we would be happy to share this with students.