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There are infinite possibilities to explore careers. To help you get started, we have curated many of our favorite online resources to help you explore career paths and find internship and jobs. Please visit the Resources section of connectSC to get started.
Regardless of your class or major, Trojan Talks are a great way to explore an organization or an industry.
Networking can help you clarify and define your interests in a variety of career fields.
Internships provide hands-on, industry experience, and the opportunity to make connections with professionals in their prospective career fields.
Now that you have decided on your career options and have a clear understanding of what you are looking for and what occupations and industries might be a good match, your next step is to start marketing yourself to organizations of interest.
Get information on how to search and apply for part-time student worker positions in various departments on campus.
Resume Books are designed to provide recruiters and hiring managers with exclusive access to resumes of USC students who are actively seeking job or internship opportunities.
We host a variety of career fairs each year. Employers recruit for full-time, part-time, and paid internship opportunities.
The On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program is your opportunity to interview with organizations from all industries during the fall and spring semesters for full-time, salaried and/or paid, structured internship positions.
Congratulations! After all your work, you’ve received a job offer. Now it’s time to decide what you want to do next.
“Gap year” is defined as the one-year time period between graduating from undergraduate studies and starting graduate school or starting on a career path. Find additional resources and advising on how to best plan your gap year experience.
While you are working hard to make sure you land that “perfect” job, be aware that the perfect job may not be so perfect. Con artists and scammers post fraudulent jobs that can be difficult to spot at first.
The University of Southern California expects all members of the university community – students, faculty, staff, employers, mentors, and visitors – to pursue their work and education in a safe environment, free from harassment based on protected characteristics, sexual misconduct, and interpersonal violence. Thus, it is imperative that all individuals comply with USC’s expectation that any environment where our students engage remain focused on respect and provide a space that is free of discrimination and sexual harassment. If you experience, see, or hear of behavior that violates this expectation, visit https://policy.usc.edu/student-misconduct/ or contact the USC Title IX Coordinator at (213) 740-5086 or email@example.com or the Office of Equity and Diversity at (213) 740-5086 or firstname.lastname@example.org.