On-Campus Job Resources:
Student Success receives both full and part-time position announcements as well as volunteer and internship opportunities.
Employers are regularly interested in finding students to assist them (looking to hire a Spire) and provide students the opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience while enhancing their resume.
Check the job board for the announcements or stop by Student Success.
Need help figuring out what major to declare for a certain career? The System of Integrated Guidance and Information (Sigi3) can guide you to finding paths tailored toward your specific needs and personality!
Student Success offers several career assessment inventories including the Self-Directed Search (Holland’s Code), Multiple Intelligences Inventory, and Strengths Finder.
Want to know what career options match your personality? Already know your Holland Code? Head to the O*Net for careers that match!
Career Resource Library:
Resources on jobs, graduate schools, personality and career activities to increase comfort on what’s coming after college and how to make the most of opportunities. We help ensure that USM students are able to answer: Who am I? What are my gifts? And What does God want me to do?
Check out the National Internship Databas for a list of related opportunities to gain experience!
Find out more about your interests with career clusters - Career Cluster Survey
Employer Visits and Interview Days:
USM provides the opportunity for interested employers to set up booths and come on campus to promote job and internship opportunities to students in an informational setting. These booths can lead to students getting interviews and being chosen for promoted opportunities.
USM also hosts an annual Senior Success Day, which includes a mock interview portion for seniors to gain practical experience in an interview setting from a professional in the working world.
Contact the Student Success Office
On campus: ext. 6119
On campus: ext. 6131
The Student Success Office is dedicated to helping students gain the most academic achievement during their stay at USM — from day one to graduation.