Job Search

Job Search

Register on the ASC online job posting system: www.myinterfase.com/agnesscott/student.  All employers are directed to this job board to post their opportunities:  full time, part time, internships and various jobs such as childcare and tutoring.


More job search resources can be found in the Resources folder at www.myinterfase.com/agnesscott/student.

Career Fairs

Agnes Scott co-sponsors two career fairs each year. 


Watch News and Events and follow Career Planning on social media for additional career fair opportunities during the year.

Georgia Small College Consortium Career Fair:  Wednesday, November 12, 2014 noon – 3:00 p.m. Cobb Galleria  http://www.georgiacareeropportunities.org


 

GACE Statewide College to Career Fair:  Tuesday, April 7, 2015  www.gace.org/careerfair

Graduate/Professional School

The Office of Career Planning supports students as they identify career interests and related graduate-level, academic areas of study.  Students may schedule mock admissions interviews and receive support in drafting personal statements and curricula vitae. Additionally, preparation materials for all major graduate and professional school entrance exams are available in the Career Resource Library as well as information about a wide range of graduate programs.


Applying

Students may receive support in developing personal statements, exploring programs that match interests, and general information on such issues as securing recommendations. 


Resources

Test preparation materials including GRE, LSAT, MCAT are available in the Career Planning Library.

In addition, Career Planning maintains an extensive library of graduate and professional school brochures and application materials.

Resumes, CVs and Cover Letters

A well-crafted, targeted resume can open doors and give you an edge when applying for internships, jobs, scholars programs and other activities.  

The Resume Writing Guide is prepared to provide tips for successfully creating, reviewing and refining your resume.  

Use one of the Agnes Scott College templates as a starting point.  

Experts suggest that recruiters spend 20 - 30 seconds scanning a resume before deciding whether to read it more closely; a strong resume can break through to receive a closer look.