Whether you need to schedule an appointment, have your resume reviewed, search for jobs or internships, or have a different question, here is how to take advantage of our virtual services:
For current USC students:
For more immediate assistance, sign up for virtual drop-in hours from Monday – Friday from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Advisors are available to review resumes, cover letters, discuss interviewing, strategize networking, and answer quick questions.
To schedule a 30-minute appointment:
- Log in to connectSC and click the “Advising Appointment” tab on the left-hand side of the page.
- Click “Request an Advising Appointment” and search for available appointments that meet your needs.
- In the notes, indicate whether you prefer to have your appointment via phone or video chat. If you would like a phone appointment, please include your phone number. For video chats, the advisor will email you a Zoom link to your USC email address once the appointment is approved. Learn how to create your Zoom account.
Information for alumni can be found here.
In addition to virtual drop-in hours, there are 24/7 Virtual Resume Critiques through the USC VMock website, under Smart Resume. Log in with your USC nine-digit ID and upload your resume. Review resume and cover letter writing tips.
As more internship and job responsibilities move to a remote environment, we encourage you to learn more about virtual options.
We host several virtual career fairs each year. Our virtual career fairs include opportunities for full-time, part-time, and paid internship positions. Career fairs are open to all currently enrolled USC students including transfers and spring admits, as well as alumni.
We offer multiple resources to help you explore career opportunities. We have curated several of our favorite resources to help you discover career paths, learn about internship positions, and find full-time jobs.
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We are committed to helping you understand how to manage your personal finances before, during, and after college. Use our guides to get started.
Along with the Career Center, USC has school-based career services offices or professionals committed to your career development. Contact your school for more information.