Career and Life-Stage Resources

Career Services

You're entitled to a wide range of career services after college. Check out the career services website to learn about individualized career counseling and access online resources including cover letter and resume writing help, job and internship resources, credential files, graduate school, as well as other resources.

Job Resources

Looking for job opportunities, career management resources, or interested in information to help you with your career transition? Whether you are looking for employment opportunities, looking to make a career change, or just want to see what’s out there,iCareers is the place to go.

If you are looking for specific job listings, visit the Employment Resources site to quickly find a large variety of online job listing resources.

The career services office typically retains student credential files for ten years after graduation. If you would like yours archived permanently, or need other assistance, please contact them at (607) 274-3365 or


All IC alumni can take advantage of our ongoing series of free career-related webinars. The range of topics is broad: from networking to career development to personal branding to retirement. Held once or twice each month, our webinars deliver top career authors and experts right to your computer, phone, or tablet. The IC community is also encourage to submit ideas for future webinars. Learn More >


One of the best strategies you can employ on your career path is networking. Through your connections with others -- especially fellow alumni -- opportunities are more likely to arise.

Networking can happen in different ways: from attending events to connecting with others virtually using social media. Even more important, "work" your network. Talking with people you know and asking them to introduce you to other people is the core of effective networking.

Help Mentor IC Students

Looking for a mentor, or want to be one yourself? Check out IC Mentor Connect, a site for individuals interested in connecting one-on-one to initiate conversations or develop a mentoring relationship.

We also invite you to jump into the IC Mentoring Network on LinkedIn. It's a virtual community of IC alumni, students, parents, and friends who are exchanging information and tips about their career paths and professional lives. Follow the IC Mentoring Network on Twitter: @ICMentoring

Have Job or Internship Opportunities for Students?

If you work for an organization that offers internships, summer jobs or post-graduate positions, please help students connect to them! The Office of Career Services has a page dedicated to recruiters. Visit the website or call career services at (607) 274-3365.