Services for Faculty and Staff
The Office of Career Services provides programs, services, and information designed to help students and alumni make informed career decisions, develop skills, and learn more about the ongoing journey of career development. We provide several resources that faculty can use with students and/or implement in existing courses.
Click here to link to the Faculty & Staff Resource Page.
To discuss our services or obtain more information, please contact Larissa B. Ciuca, student personal and career counselor, 724-773-3961.
Career Services in the Classroom
The Career Center offers various presentations and resources that can be integrated into the curriculum. Please explore the following information and keep us in mind as you plan your courses.
Career Services staff members are available as guest speakers in your class and can offer instruction on career planning and job and/or internship search topics. In addition, we're available to stand in for you in class in the event that you're unable to make it to class due to illness or an emergency. For a detailed listing of standard in-class presentations, please contact CareerServicesBeaver@psu.edu.
Career Development Hand-outs
Career Services has material available for faculty use in class. Open the links below for easy-to-download materials and files.
- Resume Writing
- Developing Career Goals
- Interview Skills
- Job Search Strategies
- Internship Search
- Career Counseling
- Online Resources
- Cover Letters and Correspondence
Workshops: Online Resume, Interviews, and Job Search
Three online tutorials are available via ANGEL. These detailed workshops provide clear advice and step-by-step guidelines. To access these workshops, please visit www.sa.psu.edu/career/angeldirections.shtml.
- Professional Resume Preparation
- Interview Skills
- Effective Job Search Strategies
Nittany Lion Career Network
This service is available 24/7 and allows students and alumni to upload resumes to our website and search for a variety of jobs and internships. In addition, employers can post job and internship opportunities and review resumes via the website. More than 11,000 registered employers use this site.
Student can activate their account by visiting http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/career/students/NLCN.shtml and following the prompts for Student Log-in.
Larissa B. Ciuca, M.S.Ed.
Student Development Center
Student Union Building
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.