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Faculty/staff: Please email us at email@example.com if you are unable to log in and we will assist you.
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Help us to help your students.
Introduce students to the Office of Career Services and Employer Relations by scheduling a group career presentation/workshop. For smaller classes, we recommend a presentation here at Career Services (20-25 capacity).
To schedule, contact: Patrick Lennahan, Career Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 401 874-4784 to schedule your presentation. Please make your request early as availability is limited.
Do you need an extra-credit assignment for your students? Many faculty assign students to participate in job fairs, workshops, career advising appointments, resume reviews and other services.
Confidential Career Advising and Assessment (including detailed resume review) by appointment is available for your students. Students set up an appointment with a Career Advisor by logging into their RhodyNet account and choosing an appropriate time/date.
Walk-in career advising, without appointment, is available Monday - Friday, 1 - 3 PM, in Room 223 Roosevelt Hall, when classes are in session.
Add Career Event Information and Career Contact information to your Syllabus. You and your students welcome!
Encourage students to log into RhodyNet.
RhodyNet is a web based career management system that enables your students and alumni to find jobs, internships, company contacts, and alumni mentors and to sign up for on-campus interviews and career events. It also offers live details about recruitment opportunities.
Please contact us for a demonstration!
Frequently Asked Questions about RhodyNet
Help familiarize students with Career Resources.
Our Career Resource Center located at 223 Roosevelt Hall offers you and your students the ability to browse major-specific and location-specific directories and books and pick up career handouts. Free career magazines are also made available, including the popular magazine Job Choices, published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.