Career Services

College of the Arts

Courtney Fitzgibbons

Office Location: Morehead Hall, Room 221
Director: Courtney Fitzgibbons
fitzgibbonsc@mail.montclair.edu
973-655-7495 (phone); 973-655-4381 (fax)

To book an appointment with Ms. Fitzgibbons, visit her booking page at You Can Book Me.


Upcoming Events 

Senior Send-Off, Thursday, April 28th in rooms 413/414 in the Student Center

Join us for programs that will address topics that are common concerns for graduating seniors. 

Workshops are open to all students, and seniors are strongly encouraged to attend. 

Schedule of Events:

What do Employers Really Want from College Grads?

  • Presented by Kate Sparano, Campus Talent Acquisition at ADP
  • 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
  • Student Center, Room 413/414
  • Lunch will be served.

How to Interview like a Pro

  • Presented by Daniella Hartigan, Corporate Recruiter at Collabera
  • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Student Center, Room 413/414

Tackling Salary Negotiations

  • Presented by Danielle Sanborn, Assistant HR Manager, Talent Acquisition at GAF
  • 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
  • Student Center, Room 413/414
  • Dessert will be served. 

ASSESS. EXPLORE. CREATE. SUCCEED.

College of the Arts’ (CART) Career Services is a special unit within the College’s Office of Student Services.  The unit  is dedicated to helping students assess their professional skills and interests; explore careers based on those interests; create strategies for professional development; and succeed in finding a professional direction. CART Career Services will then help you develop a career plan that complements your intended professional direction, taking into account your academic preparation.  Services include individualized consultation and a range of special programs.

Whether you are a freshman undergraduate or a master’s degree candidate, there are steps you can take now to advance your career development by participating in CART Career Services’ advising sessions and career development workshops, and/or using our online interactive tools – all of which are designed to help you:

  1. Learn more about your interests, skills and values
  2. Research careers
  3. Prepare your career plan
  4. Explore professions through Cooperative Education and internship opportunities
  5. Plan for graduate school
  6. Develop job search skills

CART Career Services offers something for everyone at each step of the career planning process.

CART Career Services also cooperates with the University’s Center for Career Services & Cooperative Education which provides a centralized database of opportunities for students and alumni.

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