Click here to download a list of our Fall 2018 & Spring 2019 events. New events will be added upon approvals.
Fall 2018 Suitable Solutions Career Professionalism Series for Students
FSU Career Services in collaboration with the MetroWest Chamber of commerce and a national retail company, with generous support from Enterprise Holdings, will partner on this effort to prepare students for the world of professional work, while also educating them about the soft skills that employers say are imperative for emerging professionals. Please stop by the CSER office to pick up an application or click here to view the application.
Students will participate in the six mandatory activities/events that appear below. We do work with students who in advance inform us of date/time conflicts.
Sessions will cover career professionalism, soft skills, dining etiquette, social awareness, professional dress, mock interviews, soft skills workshop and networking techniques to enhance student career opportunities. Upon completion of the series students will be awarded a free professional outfit and certificate of achievement.
The time commitment needed to complete the program will include *attendance at networking events held during the 2018 Fall Semester:
- *Meet with a career counselor to review your resume & mock interview preparation
- Program Kickoff and Overview, September 26, 1:30 - 2:30 pm, MC Forum
- *Career Advice Roundtables (CARS), September 26, 3:30 - 5 pm, MC Forum
- *Networking and Mock Interview Day, October 26, 3:00pm - 4:30pm, MC Forum
- *TJX Corporation Career Day & Tour, November 9, 12:30 - 3:00 pm, TJX Corporate Headquarters
- *Professional fitting at the Marshall's store at Shoppers World Framingham, Nov. 14 & 15 3-5 pm
- *Networking - Mocktail Mixer Graduation Ceremony December 6, 5-7 pm, MC Forum
Career Advice Roundtables (CARS)
Wednesday, September 26, 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m., MC Forum
The CARS program is designed to provide a dialog between professionals (including FSU alumni) and students seeking real answers to their career related questions.
About the Program Part 1: Students are encouraged to ask real questions to get real answers, for example:
- What do you look for in a job candidate? What is one thing someone should never put on their resume? Does what you major in really matter? What do you do and how did you get there? In what activities did you participate while a student? Did any of these help you figure out your career direction? How did you get started in this organization? What advice would you give someone wanting to enter this field?
- About the Program Part 2: How it Works:
- Engaging Conversation: The employer will moderate one round table and engage students in career related conversation, entertaining their questions. Several students will be at each table to gain valuable info from the speakers and to ask questions.
Ever Changing Conversations: The students rotate from table to table seeking advice from all participating professionals (the professionals remain at their table). Students are encouraged to visit all of the professionals and introduce themselves to each table. This is an informative networking event
Human Services, Government, Education Non-profit Career Fair
Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 6:00 p.m.— 7:30 p.m., MC Forum
Explore internship and full-time opportunities available in human services, community organiztions, government, education, and non-profits. Dress professionally, bring your resume, and network with up to 33 employers.
Non-profit, community, government, and human services employer partners wishing to register: Go to the following link and log into your RAMTRACK account. If you do not have an account, you may create one at:
You will not have access to see events until your account is activated by our office if you are creating a new account.
Once you are logged in to your account, to register for this job Fair event:
- Select the “On Campus Requests” tab at the left side of your home page.
- Next, click on the Add Request + (Plus) sign in the upper right corner.
A dropdown menu will appear and select which type of OCR Event Type you are interested in. Select “on campus human services fair” and then select “continue.”
- Complete the online registration form and submit.
- From the drop down menu that appears click “ok”.
- Click “continue” to complete registration. You will receive an email back notifying you whether you have successfully registered.
If you have any questions about registration or the event, please contact us by phone at 508-626-4625 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a non-profit going to both large fall fairs, you will need to send an e-mail in order for us to register you.
Employer Showcase Series
Submit your dates for Fall 2018 now!
Every Wednesday (*A couple of dates will be held on a Tuesday) 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
MC Lobby, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Two employers are showcased during 3 separate time frames to informally network with students and recruit for their full time job and/or internship opportunities.
Majors Going Mobile - Kick Start Career Cart
Various dates and locations - Be on the lookout for the mobile cart filled with major, minor, and career information showing up at a location near you.
Monthly Employer Site Visits - Let us know if you would like to have us visit your site
Will be added as scheduled. Transportation will be provided. All students must register in advance at the Career Services office, MC 412 to fill out required paperwork.