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Coaching appointments are designed to support you throughout the development and implementation of your internship or job search strategy. Some of the common issues covered in these sessions include:
Our career coaches offer two self-assessment tools for current students seeking to clarify and explore their career goals: Success Insights (TTI) and CareerLeader. After taking these online assessments, you may attend a workshop to learn about the results and then meet with a coach to discuss any impact the results may have on your professional development and career choices.
Thunderbird-ASU core career services platform. All students use Handshake to house resumes and cover letters, search and apply for jobs posted across ASU, maintain a Profile searchable by employers, RSVP for career fairs, info sessions, workshops, round tables and other special events. Handshake is also the system used to make an appointment with your career coach, and as the access point to other sites in this Guide.
This research tool provides expert advice and insider tips for fining employment opportunities at home and abroad.
Practice interviewing with an interviewer avatar! Use Big Interview to record your interview answers via webcam into a personal on-line account. Choose from a variety of job functions and from three levels of difficulty, then record, review, and choose whether to forward to a coach for feedback.
CareerShift allows you to create job search campaigns by accessing millions of jobs and contacts:
Careernomics is a highly global career site designed to help Masters level students identify opportunities, connect with companies, and apply for positions. Careernomics hosts a Masters employer directory, a leadership development program directory and employer events.
Your Thunderbird-sponsored resource for additional, just-in-time career management strategies.
Career Clubs are an excellent opportunity for students with similar professional interests to work together on exploring the field and employers in that sector groups to develop programs and. Students are highly encouraged to get involved with at least one of these clubs to utilize their resources and to play a role in creating a professional development environment at the school. Career Clubs also provide leadership opportunities for students.