College Career Centers on Pinterest
Pinterest isn’t just good for getting dorm room decorating ideas and seeing a glimpse of what college campuses look like. Several college and university career centers are now turning to Pinterest to share important career planning and job search information with students and graduates.
Here are seven college career centers and what they’re pinning:
This liberal arts college pins info on professional dress for men and women, events, networking, resumes and cover letters, job postings, internships and interview tips. The career center also has boards that feature the college’s alumni, students and campus.
Pinterest boards from this college include info on career events, general career tips, interview tips, social media tips, resume and cover letter tips, networking and professional dress. There’s also a board that features students and their internships.
In addition to standard info on professional attire, this career center’s boards cover technology, interview prep, grad school, job shadowing, LinkedIn, career fairs and social media. It also has motivational quotes and information on success.
See boards on professional dress, career books worth reading, resumes, office space, job search tips, career motivation/inspiration, work-life balance, cover letters, career center events and interviewing. Plus, check out the board on career humor.
Get internship advice, career fair tips, grad school info, interview tips, job search advice and resume and cover letter info from this career center’s 30 boards. The boards also include career inspiration, career humor, workplace etiquette, creative ways to market yourself, study abroad info and veteran career resources.
This university’s career center has boards for resources and tools, professional dress for men and women, tips and advice, reading suggestions, professional organizations, and career center events.
This college’s 11 Pinterest boards covers topics such as thinking ahead (e.g. career and internship planning), the job search, internships, social media, career books, interviewing tips, resumes and cover letters, office space organization, professional attire and choosing a career path (a.k.a. “working it out”).