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Student Advising Zoom Office Hours: Tue-Thu 1:00-4:00pm
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- Suggested Career Advising Appointments: Resume Reviews, Interview Techniques, Job Search Strategies, Handshake Profile Creation, Elevator Pitch, and More
- Internship for Academic Credit Registration:
The Career Management Center offers specialized services to help students begin successful and fulfilling careers. Through proactive and individualized assistance, the center aims to provide a competitive edge to allow Coggin students and alumni to secure the best positions available.
Services Available to Students
Practice your interviewing skills with local recruiters and HR professionals by registering for a Coggin Career Readiness Certificate Program Mock Interview in Handshake (available under the "Jobs=>On Campus Interview" tab). Interviews are 30 minutes and include personalized feedback and suggestions for improvement. Space is limited, so register for your CCRC Mock Interview early.
30-Minute Career Counseling Appointments are available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m by calling (904) 620-2067 to schedule an appointment. These appointments are best for critiquing résumés, or exploring questions about career/internship/job search, mock interviews, salary negotiation, and graduate school exploration.
On-Campus Interviewing allows you to connect with employers and various opportunities without having to leave campus. All interviews take place in the Coggin Career Management Center.
Coggin Career Readiness Certificate Program
Coggin Career Readiness Certificate Program is a five step, professional development certification program designed to improve the employability skills of business majors and minors. All five steps can be completed in any order, and opportunities to complete this program are available every term. To learn more, or to register, visit our Career Readiness Certificate Program website.
Most business majors and minors have the opportunity to earn academic credit in exchange for relevant work experience. For more information on how to secure an academic internship, visit our Internship page.