Two New Career Resources
The Big Interview
: This is a self-guided system used to practice and improve your interview skills. It combines customized webcam practice interview tools with comprehensive training material and other interactive features. Big Interview also covers dozens of industries and all experience levels. Follow the above link to Bard’s page and create your own account using your Bard email address.Out for Work
: This site serves as a one stop location for everything LGBTQ career related: job searching, resumes, interviews, coming out at work, and more. Follow the link and use the below login criteria to access resources:
- Username: outforwork
- Password: cccp2013
For more online resources, download our Resource Sheet below.
This is the job and internship board hosted by the Career Development Office. It features job and internship opportunities posted by "Bard-friendly" employers as well as on-campus and work-study employment. You'll also find a calendar of CDO-sponsored and off-campus events, helpful resources such as videos and podcasts for job-related topics, and much more. Any Bard student or alumnus/a can register at College Central.
Bard Basic Job Guide
This is CDO's comprehensive guide that provides tips on writing resumes and cover letters, networking, interviewing, and more.
Download the Bard Basic Job Guide here.
CDO subscribes to several websites for researching and finding job and internship opportunities. In order to access our full list along with passwords, log in to your College Central account at CollegeCentral.com/Bard
and download the complete handout or email firstname.lastname@example.org
. Below you can download a handout with a few of our favorite general job and internships sites. We encourage you to meet with us for more specific websites and job search tips that address your field of interest.
This is an online assessment tool available to Bard students to help you make informed decisions about your academics and career. It guides you through a reliable career and education decision-making model where you will take an assessment of your career-relevant personal qualities, including interests, values, and skills. You will explore major areas of study and career fields that are most compatible with your assessment results. You can narrow and refine your results to find your top career searches. E-mail email@example.com
for instructions on accessing Focus2 and to set up an appointment to discuss your Focus2 results.
CDO assists students who are preparing for interviews through mock interview appointments and interview preparation sessions. If you have an upcoming interview or would like to prepare for a recruiting event, career fair, informational interview, or networking opportunity, contact CDO to find out when the next series of mock interview and interview prep sessions will be offered.
Graduate and Professional
Please review our tips for researching and applying to graduate school, which offer general advice, faculty advisers, and websites.
For more information download this file: