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Career Center Communications

The Career Center sends out a weekly e-news with upcoming events and job and internship opportunities. Students should be on the lookout for these important e-mails from and

Career Closet

The Career Closet is available to any students who would like to borrow professional attire for the Career Fair or other professional events. Contact the Career Center at 203-254-4081 #3 or to make an appointment.

Employer Networking

The Career Center hosts a wide range of programs to assist students with career exploration and networking. Students can check the e-mails from Stags4Hire for details about all these events including Career Fairs, Mock Interview Days, and Sophomore Success. Employer events include Stags in the City visits, Info Sessions, Coffee Chats, and Lunch 'n Learns.

Interview Rooms

Students can reserve a private interview room consisting of a desk and phone in Interview Alley in the Kelley Center. These rooms can be used for in-person, phone, or virtual interviews. Students can contact the Career Center at 203-254-4081 #3 or to make a reservation.

Interview Stream

Interview Stream ( helps students prepare for job interviews. Students can practice whenever and wherever, watch, assess and share interviews, choose from thousands of questions, see and hear themselves online, and get expert advice on-demand.

LinkedIn Photo Booth

The Career Center offers students a chance to have a professional-looking photo taken to create or update their LinkedIn profile. Students can contact the Career Center at 203-254-4081 #3 or to schedule an appointment.

Liquid Compass

Liquid Compass is a powerful job search tool to find healthcare jobs. Students can search a comprehensive national database of jobs that fit their criteria such as specialty, employer, and location. Liquid Compass also allows students to quick apply, save searches, and set job alerts!


Fairfield University offers a platform for students to take part in short-term, professional, paid work experiences through Micro-Internships. Unlike a traditional internship, these paid opportunities typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work and can be completed remotely.

Micro-Internships provide a chance for students to demonstrate their skills, explore career paths, and develop professional networks. Students provide immediate support to the employer and gain work experience for future internships and career options. Micro-Internships can include projects across all departments, including sales, HR, marketing, research, operations, and finance.

To learn more and apply to projects, visit Fairfield’s Micro-Internship page and create a profile to get started!


Staff and students can contact the Career Center staff to develop specialized programs for affinity groups. Contact the Career Center at to make arrangements.


Students can earn good money and valuable experience with part-time jobs that fit your busy schedule! Visit QuadJobs to find local, part-time jobs from babysitting to party help, tutoring to internships. New jobs are posted every week so check the site often.

Resume Review & Printing

Students can stop by the Career Center during business hours to have their resume reviewed by Career Peer Advisors and printed on professional stationery.


Stags4Hire, powered byHandshake, is a platform that connects employers and job seekers at all career stages. Stags4Hire 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.

Whether you are looking for that first position, a career detour, the perfect fit after completing an advanced degree, or an employer looking to hire exceptional talent, Stags4Hire is the place to look.

Students can access Stags4Hire via


Vault is an online reference students can use with their job and internship placement and career preparation needs whenever and wherever they want.


Workshops cover topics such as developing resumes, preparing for video interviews, getting ready for career fairs, and tips for creating a LinkedIn profile. Students should check Stags4Hire e-mails and Life@Fairfield for the schedule.

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