Careers are collaborative at UVM. 

Faculty and staff are essential contributors to students' career-readiness and success after UVM. There are many ways for us to work together to integrate career development across the student experience. 

Top Resources for Faculty & Staff

Workshops and class modules

In addition to three foundational classroom presentations, we are developing a library of Blackboard modules for use in any course.

Learn more about our workshops & modules

Ways to get involved

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Career Interest Groups: because major doesn't dictate career

We host seven dynamic networks of students, faculty, staff, employers, and alums who share common career interests, wisdom, and access to resources and opportunities.

Ways to get involved

Handshake: connecting talent to opportunity

UVM's online career services platform provides students and alums access to jobs, internships and event listings for career-related opportunities on campus and beyond.

Ways to get involved

  • Share this essential resource with students
  • Request a "student" account of your own to get to know Handshake better
  • Refer employers to our office to ensure their opportunities are available to all students

4-Year Path to Career Success

Created as a tool for self-reflection and goal setting, students use the 4YP to develop a personalized roadmap for gaining experience and building career-readiness.

Ways to get involved

  • Encourage your students to complete the form and forward you a copy
  • Use the 4YP as a class assignment
  • Remember that there are 4 worksheets: Explore, Experience, Focus, and Achieve

UVM Connect: powering the UVM network

An exclusive online community of UVM affiliates, UVM Connect is the best way to tap into an engaged, supportive, and growing global network. 

Ways to get involved

  • Create your UVM Connect account and select an Interest Group
  • Indicate how you are "willing to help"
  • Integrate the platform into classroom activities
  • Leverage the tool to find alums in your field
  • Encourage alums you are in touch with to join