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Job Search – Preparation and Resources

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.

Online Workshops

Interview Preparation

  • Mock Interview train AND practice to help improve your interview technique and build your confidence. Learn a new and innovative way to help prepare more effectively for a job interview.

Dance Tool Kit:

Job Postings

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 – 3D Modeling, Animation resource from a world-class employer
  • 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

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