The Center for Career Excellence has many resources available to assist students with their career exploration and preparation. The majority, although not all, may be found within our Handshake career management platform. These include resources to assist with internship/job search, document creation/refinement, interview preparation, graduate/professional school information, as well as our programs and events.  

Document Creation/Preparation

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources

The Center for Career Excellence at St. Lawrence is committed to providing a welcoming, diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment where students of all identities and backgrounds are empowered to explore their career interests and plan their futures.

We are dedicated to serving all students through personalized conversations and comprehensive career development strategies that demonstrate multicultural awareness. We aim to provide students with opportunities where they may examine the intersection of their identities and develop an understanding of diverse work environments.

For more information, check out this curated list of resources focused on diversity, equity and inclusion, including job search sites, internship sites, research fellowship programs, networking, interview tips and tools, articles worth reading and additional resources.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources

International Students/Job Search

Interstride supports international students' personal growth, education goals and career endeavors by providing access to data-driven resources, insights and networks. The platform illuminates many pathways to help international students with their employment search, immigration hurdles, community integration, and overall University engagement. It also doubles as a platform to assist U.S.-based students who are looking for international opportunities.

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Internship/Job Search

Graduate School


Skill Building Resources

  • LinkedInLearning
  • Forage
    • Virtual work experience programs replicate work at top companies and help you gain the skills to be successful when applying and working there. In only 5-6 hours, learn the relevant tools necessary to complete a typical work day at that company. Virtual work experience programs are 100% free, open-access, and self-paced. No experience or application is required.
  • MindSumo
    • A platform that collects projects called "challenges" from major companies across the country. They target college students to take on the challenges and propose solutions to the problems. They are looking for innovation and creativity from your generation. If chosen, you are paid for your idea.