The Career and Leadership Development Staff are committed to assisting you as you continue with your career preparation during this challenging time. Please find below resources created or gathered by staff to assist you. This page will continue to be updated throughout the semester.
State of New Jersey COVID-19 Jobs and Hiring Portal
The State of New Jersey has developed a centralized resource to match talent with opportunities in industries on the front lines of serving residents of New Jersey during the outbreak. Businesses across the state need thousands of workers for immediate hire. Learn more about who is hiring at https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov/
The State of New Jersey is hiring contact tracers. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to New Jersey’s contact tracing efforts in both a volunteer or paid capacity. To learn more and to express interest in this role, please visit https://covid19.nj.gov/
Students will schedule in Handshake to meet with an advisor 1:1 for 15 minutes. You must have a Google Doc draft of your resume to participate. Please log into Handshake using your student username and password. Go to Career Center > Appointments to schedule a 15 minute appointment. Please note, advisors will not directly edit your resume. You must have a draft resume to participate. To view information on how to develop your resume or to view samples of resumes please visit our Career Handbook located here: https://issuu.com/tcnjcareerandleadership/docs/tcnj_career_handbook_2020_2021
Advisors will hold remote appointments. Students can choose phone or video option when requesting an appointment through Handshake. Each advisor will provide specific connection information once the appointment is confirmed.
Students are encouraged to complete their Handshake profile, fill in their Career Interests, utilize the job board, register for virtual events, and finally visit their Get Hired Remotely page for tips & advice.
The Big Interview
Practice your interview skills, whether you’re interviewing for an internship, job, or graduate school. Students can also complete the Resume Curriculum to learn how to write a compelling resume.