Student Programs and Events
Throughout the year, our career counselors host several workshops to guide you through the career development process. Workshop topics include Resume and Cover Letter Writing, CV and Cover Letter Writing Job Search/Networking/Social Media, General interviewing, Salary Negotiation, Career Fair Prep, Resume and Cover Letter Writing for International Students, and Power Session for International Students. Check our Calendar page for an up-to-date Calendar of Events and room locations.
Programs and Events
TCCS offers specialized programs such as career panels, networking events (e.g., Meet the Firms) and on-campus interviews. Check our Calendar page for an up-to-date Calendar of Events and room locations.
Employer Information Sessions
These forums allow employers to discuss their organizations and employment opportunities with prospective candidates. Information sessions typically last one hour and include a presentation, question and answer period, and networking time. Check our Calendar page for an up-to-date Calendar of Events and room locations.
Each year we host and/or co-sponsor a number of career fairs in the education, not-for-profit, international and corporate sectors ( Education Career Fair) designed to help TC students and alumni find jobs and internships. Check our Calendar page for an up-to-date Calendar of Events and room locations.
Teachers College Career Services (TCCS) welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with all TC Student Organizations on career focused programs, events and workshops. These partnerships benefit both TCCS and the student organization as it enhances development of creative programming that bridges academic training with career readiness preparing TC students to enter a new field, advance within their current profession, or change directions. Furthermore, it creates an opportunity to share the tasks associated with hosting events, thereby enabling both parties to do more programming over the course of the academic year. Please click here to access the collaboration form. Once completed, please email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TCCS webinars enable students and alumni to view and listen to workshops and presentations through an online platform. The following previously recorded webinars titled Career Navigation, Transitioning from a Teacher to an Administrator, Social Media and Your Job Search, and Where's My Fit? are available online 24/7 within the Webinars folder in the Resource Library Section of TCCS LINK. Please check the 'Career Fairs and Events' section of TCCS LINK to find out when TCCS will be having their next webinar.
After registering for a webinar, you will receive a unique link from our service, GoToWebinar, via email. When it is time to join the webinar, click on this link, and your computer will automatically take you to the seminar via the Internet. If you are not familiar with the webinar format, this simply means that you will be able to see the presenter's computer screen and hear both the presenter and other participants talk throughout the meeting time period. All you will need during the seminar is access to a computer, the Internet, and a phone (or microphone and speakers hooked up to your computer). During the webinar, you will be able to ask questions and make comments by typing your questions/comments into a chat box. Approximately two weeks after the webinar, the presentation recording will be posted within the Resource Library in TCCS LINK. You will be able to view/listen to the webinar again at your leisure.
Registration for the seminars is free, although participants may incur long distance charges when calling in to the conference line (another option is to use a microphone and speakers hooked up to a computer). To register, simply click on the link below the seminar in which you are interested, enter your UNI and password, and then complete the form. Be sure to include a correct email address or the system will be unable to send you the webinar link (also check your spam boxes for the email). Note that the log-in information will be unique to you, so it is important that you save this information. If you have any questions about the seminar series, please email Michael Kalish.