The University of San Francisco: Career Services Center
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Getting Involved

There are many ways that you can become involved with the Career Services Center.

Consider getting involved in the following ways:

Hire USF Students or Alumni

For more information on connecting USF talent, contact Director of Employer Relations, Alicia Montesa

Become a Mentor

If you are an alum of the University of San Francisco consider signing up for the College of Arts & Sciences Mentor program. This program allows mentors the opportunity to provide advice, information, and support to USF Students and Alumni on career planning. USF students may choose Mentors who have similar career, academic, or cultural interests and who have expertise in areas ranging from medicine to technology, law, and beyond.

USF Alum may also be interested in CSC's Dons Helping Dons LinkedIn mentorship program. Dons Helping Dons connects USF students with alumni and faculty to provide a space for advice, information, and support.

Perform Mock Interviews

If you have experience interviewing candidates for your company or business consider volunteering to be an interviewer for the Career Service Center's mock interview program for students and alumni. This program provides a venue for students and alumni to polish interview skills and an opportunity to meet and help students. Interviewers conduct video-taped mock interviews on campus, followed by a critique of the interview. Held one Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each Fall and Spring Semester per month, from 9:45 am - 2:30 pm, with 5 interview slots per day.

Please contact Julia Hing at 415-422-2027 or to sign up as an interviewer.

Participate in Employer Panel Discussions or Workshops

The Career Services Center offers several panel discussions and workshops for USF students throughout the year on topics such as resume writing, interviewing, how to navigate a career fair, developing an elevator pitch and general job search strategy techniques. These are examples of events where industry professionals discuss their career advice based on experience. If you are interested in getting involved, contact Alicia Montesa, Director of Employer Relations.