Faculty & Staff Information and Resources

Working toward the common goal of student success, the Career Resource Center collaborates with Jacksonville University's academic community to offer a wide range of career services and programming, focused on assisting our students in their transition from student to professional.

So how do we do that?

  • Classroom visits and career information sessions
  • Fill-in presentations during class cancellations
  • Integration of career assignments into the course curriculum
  • Professional panels and workshops
  • Department outreaches and programming, aimed at specific student populations with general to specific career needs
  • Connecting employers with faculty through events such as our Career Fairs
  • Assistance in identifying quality experiential learning and internship opportunities
  • Tracking students' career steps after graduation (2017 Outcomes)

And much more! Contact us to see how we can help you and your students.

Resources

Internship Process Instructions

Download PDF instructions.

Graphic: Download internship process instructions for faculty.   Graphic: Download internship process instructions for division chairs.   Graphic: Download internship process instructions for deans.   Graphic: Download internship process instructions for students.

Don't Cancel Class Program

There's no need to cancel your class. This program, offered by the Career Resource Center, can cover for you by presenting on a number of topics that are relevant to college students. Even if you don't need to cancel class, you are always welcome to request any of these presentations throughout the year. Presentations are typically 20-60 minutes in length, depending on the topic of the presentation and your schedule. Complete the request form to take advantage of this program.

Graphic: Complete the request form to take advantage of this program.

Making Employer Referrals to the Career Resource Center

Employers often call faculty or other JU staff directly seeking to hire students for internships, part-time or full-time work. These employers should be referred to Career Resource Center directly or you may contact us with their name and phone number and we will get in touch with them.

It is important to refer employers to Career Services because:

  • We can disseminate job listings to all students thus providing an equal opportunity for all qualified applicants to apply.
  • We have access to students who are looking for jobs so employers will get applicants quickly.
  • These employers become part of our database enabling them to receive information about other events such as the Career Expo, Map Your Major, on-campus recruiting, and other campus events.
  • We maintain an ongoing relationship with employers so they will learn more about JU and so we can learn more about their company to provide accurate information to students

For employer referrals, contact Jeff Morris​, Associate Director of the Career Resource Center, at (904) 256-7054 or careers@ju.edu.

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