Does your student need assistance with selecting a career, choosing a major, finding an internship, searching for a job, or applying to graduate school? Career Services can help!
Find additional ways to help your student by clicking on the 'How Can I Help' tab on the left. Also check out our 4 Year Plan (PDF) to see an outline of the Academic and Career Planning Advice that is provided to students.
Career Services hosts the campus-wide Career Fair and Teacher Job Fair each semester. Please visit our Career Events page to find out dates, locations and to view a list of what organizations are attending.
Keep up with what’s going on around the campus of Southern Miss and in Career Services in our PARENT NEWSLETTER (PDF) Updated newsletter coming soon.
Students receive personalized, one-on-one counseling to understand more about personalities, interests and values and how this information relates to careers and majors. Counselors can also provide support through the decision-making process, conquering career and graduate school fears and setting appropriate goals.
Students may schedule an appointment for a career assessment, including the Strong Interest Inventory or FOCUS.
This is a free online career center that includes part-time, full-time cooperative education and internship jobs, as well as a mentor network. Students and alumni can also post resumes in the database that can be viewed by employers. A searchable employer database is available and on-campus interview schedules are accessible for viewing and sign-ups.
Career Services can assist your student with their part-time employment needs and refer him or her to various positions in the following areas:
Off-campus jobs, temporary jobs, internships and cooperative education.
Part-time employment is a great way to earn money for college expenses, as well as gain work experience for the future.
To see a complete list of our services, check out our About Us page!