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Career Services

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The Office of Career Services provides comprehensive career resources to students, new graduates, and employers.

Our highly trained staff is dedicated to supporting students in their pursuit of career goals. We offer help with:

  • Review Resumes or CV's
  • Review Cover Letters
  • Career Exploration or Planning
  • Job or Internship Searching
  • Mock Interviews
  • Networking Practice
  • Career Fair Preparation
  • Applying to Graduate School
  • And other services and events to help you move your career forward


Career and Internship Fairs

We host a semi-annual event for students to connect with employers from across the country. This is a networking opportunity for students to land an internship or a job after college.

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Career Resources

Below are Career Resources available to students to support your continued career goals. 

Career Coaching Appointments are 30-minute individual sessions with a career coach. In a Career Coaching Appointment, you can talk to a career coach about your career interests, application materials, interviews. or questions related to your career. Career Coaching Appointments provide more in-depth, personalized strategies and feedback about your career goals. For quick questions, come to the Office of Career Services during drop-in hours.


Florida Poly has partnered with Handshake - a modern career development platform that will be your one-stop shop for launching your career and keeping it on track. Login to Handshake using your Florida Poly email.

Complete your profile where you will have immediate access to:

  • Scheduling a Career Coaching Appointment with a career coach

  • Locating and applying to thousands of STEM internships and full-time positions

  • Registering for Career Fairs, Career Center Events, and more

  • Accessing Florida Poly specific Career Resources such as our Resume Guide

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The Office of Career Services hosts a variety of career development events that help students understand how to be competitive in a global economy including workshops on:

  • Resumes
  • Job & Internship Searching
  • Career Fair Preparation
  • Interview Skills
  • and many more!

RSVP for Career Events on Handshake in the Career Center tab. 

The Career Center provides external resources to help students in their career development including:

  • Forage connects students with 100% free, open access and self-paced job simulations. Learn direct from leading companies and gain valuable career skills by completing virtual work experiences on Forage. Job simulations build real-life skills for real-life roles, offering a window into the company and a preview of their day-to-day.  
  • Interstride gathers all the information and resources you’ll need in one simple platform. You will find both domestic and international internships and job opportunities, along with advice, insights, tools, and a network to execute a successful job search. This is a great tool for domestic students looking to work abroad and international students looking to work in the U.S.
  • Parker Dewey posts Micro-Internships which are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects allow you to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build your networks as you seek the right full-time role.
  • Quinncia is an online AI Resume & Mock Interview Tool. This platform provides instant feedback and tips for your resume and allows allows you to take unlimited mock interviews, providing feedback on how to build you interview skills.

To access these resources, log into Handshake > Career Center > Resources. 

The Office of Career Services is committed to supporting new graduates as they enter the workforce. Resources include:

  • New Graduate Coaching Appointments: Virtually meet with a career coach to work on your job search, resume, interviews, etc. You can schedule appointments on Handshake.
  • New Graduate Resume Book: Submit your resume to the resume book for your resume to be sent to employers looking for full-time talent. 
  • Weekly Career Newsletters: Career Newsletters are sent every Monday in the Fall and Spring semesters. This is a great way to stay informed about announcements, upcoming events, career fairs, and jobs.
  • Handshake: Florida Poly's job board with thousands of STEM internships and full-time positions.

For questions on how to access these resources, contact

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Events Designed to Set You up for Success 

As the only 100% STEM institution in the State University System, Florida Poly is fulfilling its mission through its high-demand graduates excelling in low-supply fields. 
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The internship experience is a central part of the educational experience at Florida Poly. Internships are an important part of setting up a student for success after college and are a graduation requirement for Florida Poly students.

Our staff is available to help students search for internships, review resumes, and help create a career action plan for after graduation.

Expert tip: Use Handshake , Florida Poly's job board that has thousands of STEM internships and full-time positions.

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At Florida Poly, we blend technical knowledge with crucial soft skills essential for success in today's high-tech sector. Soft skills like teamwork, critical thinking, effective communication, and especially leadership are seamlessly integrated into our curriculum and programs.

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