Employer partners please list all of your virtual events and career fairs on Handshake. Employer Registration for FSU's Fall Virtual Career Fairs will be done through the Handshake events tab. We are piloting a "Colleges/Career Community model this semester and hosting separate college fairs. See dates/times below.  

Students & Alumni please look for virtual career fairs and employment opportunities on Handshake.

All of our previously recorded virtual presentations can be found on our YouTube page at

For upcoming career presentations students should preregister/RSVP through Ramlink or if you prefer through Handshake or careerservices@framingham to obtain PASSWORD*. *Must have an .edu email to prevent unauthorized Zoom interruptions or receive prior approval for FSU alumni (contact 

Fall 2020 Suitable Solutions Career Professionalism Program

Student instructions: Applications must be completed and submitted in RamLink at by the candidate by September 30. Applications will close when maximum student capacity is reached. Apply early! General Information Session: September 30, 1:30-2:15, on Zoom - register through Handshake and/or RamLink.

The time commitment needed to complete the program will include *attendance at networking events held during the FALL 2020 Semester (Events will be held virtually on Zoom or Handshake):

  • Virtually meet with a career counselor to review your resume & mock interview preparation. Register through Starfish
  • Virtual Program Kickoff and Overview, Wednesday, September 30, 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm, Zoom
  • Must virtually attend 2 career events below on Zoom or Handshake 
  • Virtual Mock Interviews in October with professional mentors
  • Virtual Networking/Mocktail Mixer Graduation, Thursday, December 3, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm on Zoom

*Attendance at all six (6) events are mandatory, but exceptions will be considered

Fall Virtual Job and Internship Fairs 

Prior to our fairs, we will be hosting Reach YOUR CAREER GOALS, “College” Virtual Career Fair Tutorials through Zoom

CSER Career Counselors will address key components tailored to each FSU College/Career Community: Overview of CSER, Resume Writing Tips & Samples, Cover Letter Writing Tips & Samples, Interview Preparation & Industry Related Questions, & Internship & Job Search Strategies. Although it is tailored to specific “Colleges”, sessions are open to all majors. Register through Handshake, RamLink, or 

STEM “College” Virtual Career Fair Tutorials, 9/29, on Zoom, 2:30pm-3:30pm 

Business “College” Virtual Career Fair Tutorials, 9/30, on Zoom, 2:30pm-3:30pm 

Arts & Humanities “College” Virtual Career Fair Tutorials, 10/1, on Zoom, 2:30pm- 3:30pm

Social Sciences “College” Virtual Career Fair Tutorials, 10/2, on Zoom, 2:30pm-3:30pm 


STEM “College” Virtual Employer Advice and Showcase featuring MathWorks, Microsoft, & Ameresco, 9/29, on Zoom, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Business “College” Virtual Employer Advice and Showcase featuring MathWorks, Staples, and The TJX Companies, Inc., 9/30, on Zoom, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Arts & Humanities “College” Virtual Employer Advice and Showcase featuring Downtown Framingham, Inc. and The Danforth Art Museum, 10/1, on Zoom, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Social Sciences “College” Virtual Employer Advice and Showcase featuring RCS Learning Center and The Key Program, 10/2, on Zoom, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

We will host virtual career fairs by academic colleges through Handshake’s virtual career fair platform. All fairs will be 12:30 – 2:30 pm.

Mon, October 5 - STEM Focused-majors 

Tues, October 6 – BUSINESS Focused-majors

Wed, October 7 - ARTS & HUMANITIES Focused-majors

Thurs, October 8 -  SOCIAL SCIENCES Focused-majors

Fri, October 9 - EDUCATION Focused-majors

Virtual Employer Showcase, Wednesday, 10/15, on Zoom, featuring The Washington Center Internships, 12:30-2:30pm

The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) provides the experiential education opportunities to students of the Massachusetts public state university system. TWC uses the resources of the nation's capital to provide high-quality learning experiences to enhance student's academic, civic, and professional development, and in this way, seeks to promote future leadership for the public, private, and non-profit sectors of society. TWC's internship placements include positions in government offices, communication organizations, law firms, trade and professional associations, human rights groups, and a variety of companies and other organizations. All majors welcome. Internships are coupled with required academic courses. Register on Handshake or Ramlink to get the required password.  Zoom Link: