To support Alumni in all aspects of their career development, the Career Center provides a wide range of events and resources. The list below, along with our Career Ready brochure, highlights some of the programs and resources offered by the Career Center to help alumni achieve their goals.
Resume, Cover Letter Review and Mock Interview
Not sure if your resume and cover letter are in the best shape they could be? We will work with you and provide feedback to ensure you are marketing yourself effectively to employers. We also offer the opportunity to meet one on one and conduct a mock interview to help you identify strengths and make improvements in your interviewing style. Contact the Career Center to make an appointment. If you are not able to meet in person, we can schedule a phone or Skype meeting.
The Career Center offers assessments through TypeFocus Careers. TypeFocus allows you to do a self-assessment of your personality, skills, interests, and values to explore potential career options. If you are interested in taking this assessment contact the Career Center to get started.
ECLaunch Job Postings
View job postings, post your resume, and check for announcements about upcoming events such as job fairs and career workshops on ECLaunch. This site is exclusively for Endicott students and alumni.
The Career Center helps connect students and alumni with employers at job fairs held on campus as well as in the community. Endicott's Internship and Career Fair is held each spring, features area employers, and allows students and alumni to speak directly with employers about internship and full-time employment opportunities. more
Resources and Guides
Explore industry specific information and job postings, view or download helpful Career Center handouts, and more.
Life After Endicott
Graduating from college is a very exciting time, but also brings unique challenges. To assist graduating students and recent graduates make a successful transition from student to professional, the Career Center offers programs and resources. more
Ways to Stay Involved
Gulls 2 Gulls Career Mentor program
Alumni mentors are matched with students in a program that is designed to enhance the student's professional experience outside the classroom by providing guidance and advice from dedicated alumni.
Mingle and Dress for Success and Mock Interviews
Throughout the year the Career Center holds events to foster networking between Endicott alumni and students. The Mingle and Dress event gives the student the opportunity to learn about professional etiquette and dress. The Alumni Mock Interviews event allows students to practice interviewing with successful alumni in their field. For more information about getting involved with either of these programs please email the Career Center staff at: email@example.com
A great way to give back to Endicott students is by posting available internships or job opportunities at your organization. To post an opportunity please visit our EC Launch job board, or you may email the opportunity to: firstname.lastname@example.org