Career Planning Center
BY THE TIME YOU LEAVE FAIRFIELD, YOU'VE ARRIVED.
At Fairfield, we're committed to every aspect of your education, including what happens after you graduate. We want to provide you with a return on your investment - meaning finding a career you're passionate about pursuing. The Career Planning Center offers many services to assist students and alumni at any stage of their career development process and maintains strong partnerships with companies that regularly hire Fairfield graduates.
Whether you're looking to secure employment, enter graduate school, or join a service program, career counselors are available year-round to make sure you get the most out of your Fairfield education.
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Call (203) 254-4081 to schedule an appointment
Are you looking for an internship or a job after graduation? Stags4Hire is where employers who want to hire Fairfield students post their jobs and internships; simply click on the logo to the left and follow the log-in instructions. You can access Stags4Hire on and off campus, 24/7!
The Career Planning Center is excited to announce a new online resource that will help students prepare for employment interviews. InterviewStream allows you to practice your interview skills by going through a realistic interview experience where you are asked challenging questions based on the type of interview you have selected. The software records you as you respond to the questions and then loads your mock interview into your own personal InterviewStream account. You can than review it as many times as you want or send it to someone else to review. Check out the video to learn more and start practicing today by creating an account at https://fairfield.interviewstream.com
In 2013 the Career Planning Center received the gold level of certification from Out at Work for providing career information, tools, resources, and programs to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students.