Career Services Montclair State

Career Tool-kits

CART Career Services and the University’s Center for Career Services & Cooperative Education provide a range of services and online tools to help prepare students for post-graduation job search or applying to Graduate School.

Job Postings

Resume Writing Resources

Career Information Resources

The resources below are linked to employment information, job-search resources and portfolio preparation advice:

  • The Riley Guide – Directory of employment and career information sources and services on the Internet
  • Quintessential Careers  An online leader in expert career, college and job-search advice.
  • Careers at Pixar
  • New York Foundation for the Arts – provides support to artists and arts organizations.  The website includes listings of jobs in the arts, opportunities and services for artists, and events, as well as discussion boards
  • Glassdoor.com – looks at jobs and companies in terms of salary details, company reviews, and interview questions (employees and job seekers post anonymously)
  • Salary.com – Salary generator based on location, industry, and experience

Professional Development Resources Related to Academic Majors

The links below go to Professional Development webpages in the College of the Arts’ academic departments:

Applying to Graduate School Resources

The links below address applying to graduate schools:

Additional Resources (grant writing, career-related, etc.)

  • Fulbright Scholars Program – The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers fellowships for graduating seniors, graduate students, young professionals and artists to study abroad for one academic year.
  • Freelance/Entrepreneur – US Small Business Administration –  New Jersey District Office –  The SBA provides information on starting, financing and managing a small business.
  • My Next Move – U.S. Department of Labor’s online career tool designed to direct career-aspirants to training requirements applicable to specific professions
  • Grant Writing Resources – PowerPoint presentation offered by the University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs