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Hunting for a job or an internship? Sign up with Zebra Net at the Career Center and learn about the different vehicles available to you to make your hunt more successful. ZebraNet: https://www.myinterfase.com/stonybrook/student/
Career Contact Alumni Network (CCAN)
Accessible right through your ZebraNet account, this network enables you to connect with alumni and friends of Stony Brook who have volunteered to conduct informational interviews with students. An informational interview is a career research technique; you interview a professional to learn more about his/her career and determine if it's the right for you. You can also ask these professionals for advice on job search techniques and industry specific expectations for entry level candidates.
What Can I Do With My Major
Many students want to understand the connection between their field of study and specific occupations. Though some of you will work in a profession directly related to your major, others will find jobs because you have a college degree and possess qualities and skills that employers value. It is important to remember that these skills can be developed not only through course work, but by doing internships, getting involved in campus activities and working part-time. http://www.career.sunysb.edu/content/students/understanding-professions-and-careers
There are several ways to find an internship. Each section below can help you get
one step closer to your ideal internship opportunity.
The Fall & Spring CAREER FAIRS will include employers discussing the organizations they represent and available opportunities. Students may meet representatives, collect information, have brief interviews, and leave resumes with a significant number and variety of employers, all in one location and on one day. Check upcoming dates on the Career Center Events calendar. http://www.career.sunysb.edu/event