Residential Career Coaches

Residential Career Coaches are undergraduate student leaders who serve as Career Center ambassadors engaging with freshmen and underclassmen to lay the foundation for career development. Specifically, they help students build towards their future by guiding them through Major Knowledge, helping them establish a LinkedIn profile, and setting up accounts in FAU’s online career portal. Most importantly, they help students understand all the services, resources, and programs available to help them successfully navigate the career development process. 

 

Coaches

 

Responsibilities

    • Manage a caseload of students and inform them about the FAU Career Center resources, services and upcoming events.
      • Meet with residents individually:
        • Connect them to campus-wide job fairs
        • Help students develop LinkedIn profiles for virtual portfolios.
        • Guide students through the Handshake system.
        • Engage students to learn about job options and internships for their majors.
      • Coordinate outreach and the Coffee & Career Series 

Requirements

    • Must live on campus during the time of employment in assigned residence hall
    • 2.7 minimum cumulative GPA with a declared major
    • Must be full time (12 credits) degree seeking undergraduate student during time of employment

Benefits 

  • $15 per hour for 20 hours a week (13 weeks each semester - Fall & Spring) 
  • 110 meal plan per semester

2018-2019 Residential Career Coaches will be announced soon! Stay Tuned! 

 

 Last Modified 6/7/18