Career Development at the Bloustein School
The Office of Student and Academic Services provides career development support and individual career counseling to students and alumni of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The office works with students to define career planning and placement needs, including strategies for executing a successful employment search. Resume and cover letter analysis is also available. Counseling is offered by appointment only. For information, please call Hillary Bardwell at 848-932-2987; or email email@example.com.
Weekly Career Development SPOTLIGHT
The Office of Student and Academic Services produces a Career Development SPOTLIGHT weekly newsletter for students and alumni of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. An archive of the most recent newsletters can be found here. For information, please call Hillary Bardwell at 848-932-2987; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bloustein School Employment Database
Our online database includes current offerings from employers/hosts in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors and is a free service available to job seekers and employers. Postings include full-time professional, internship/part-time, and academic positions. Opportunities are posted frequently as they become available. To post a position, please call Hillary Bardwell at 848-932-2987; or email email@example.com.
Career Links - Planning, Public Policy, Public Health
The Bloustein School also maintains a list of valuable web links to job, internship and academic postings throughout the region and nation. These links, in order by interest area, are accessible by students and alumni of the Bloustein School to help in their search.
Rutgers Career Services
In addition to resources offered at the Bloustein School, students should also consult with the Rutgers University office of Career Services for information on reviewing interview techniques, other job opportunities and various employment support services. Individual counseling is also available to both students and alumni.
The Bloustein School in coordination with alumni and the Bloustein School Alumni Association (BSAA) sponsors Alumni Connections. The program offers a support network of alumni willing, interested and ready to assist students and other alumni in advancing their career goals. If you are a student interested in this type of connection, please see Steve Weston for a personal counseling session.
Part Time Student Jobs on Campus
The Student Employment Office (SEO) administers two employment programs for students: the Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) and the Job Location and Development Program (JLDP). The FWSP is offered to financial aid recipients who meet certain criteria; the JLDP is available to all currently-enrolled university students.
Eligible students can work in a variety of on-campus jobs, such as in campus centers, recreation centers, libraries, and University departments. Additionally, students can work in on-campus and off-campus paid community service positions for non-profit agencies and organizations in areas related to education and literacy, human and social services, law and public policy, arts and humanities, multicultural, diversity and social justice, health and business.
For more information, please visit http://studentwork.rutgers.edu.