Career Center Launches Virtual Programs & Services for Students & Alumni

Career Center Launches Virtual Programs & Services for Students & Alumni

Fairfield's Career Center offers online opportunities including Stags4Hire, one-on-one career counseling, and more.

As the community continues to move forward in an online environment, Fairfield University’s Career Center has developed a series of virtual offerings to provide students and alumni with career and professional development support. The Career Center's online opportunities include Stags4Hire, Hire a Stag, one-on-one career counseling, and more.

Career Counseling

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Contact the Career Center with questions, concerns, or appointment requests.

Stags4Hire

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Stags4Hire, powered by Handshake, is a powerful career services platform that connects employers and job seekers at all career stages. It is a one-stop career tool, allowing job seekers to create an online profile and access openings posted by approved employers — a group that numbers 50,000 across all industries — and sorted for their particular interests and experience needs.

Hire a Stag

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If your company is seeking interns or full-time hires, the University Career Center can connect you with qualified candidates. Contact us at careers@fairfield.edu or visit our Hire A Stag page to learn more.

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