BUILDING ROOM 510
Hours: Mon, Thu, Fri
9:00 - 5:00
Tue & Wed
9:00 - 6:30
Undergraduates: Student Development Counselors in Pratt 510 are able to assist you with your career planning and development needs; stop by during office hours to see a counselor or make an appointment, or call: 718.488.1042.
Graduate Students: Make an appointment by calling 718.488.1042 or stop by Pratt 510
Please click here to view our staff and call to schedule a appointment with a career counselor.
- About Us
- Our Services
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
Welcome to the LIU Office of Career Services! We are committed to helping students explore their professional options and prepare for fulfilling careers, and to assist a wide range of employers in fulfilling their staffing needs. Our office also provides a comprehensive range of career education programs. The University’s Career Management/Job Bank, MyCareerKey, features an array of career resources, listings of on-campus and off-campus career events, as well as internships, part-time and full-time postings.
We’re here to help you! Each LIU-Brooklyn Campus student is assigned a counselor, who offers career development assistance throughout a student’s academic career. Don’t delay! Stop by Pratt 510 or call us to see a counselor who can help you launch your career-and meet your goals!
Feb. 1: Employer Spotlight: INROADS Internship Program, 11:00 a.m.-Noon, Jonas Board Room
Feb. 8: Employer Spotlight: You Need to Succeed (PR Firm), 4:00-6:00 p.m., LLC 515
Feb. 9: Revving Up Your Resume, 5:00 p.m.
Feb. 10: Revving Up Your Resume, 11:00 a.m.
Feb. 16: Social Networking in Job Search, 5:00 pm
Feb. 17: Social Networking in Job Search, 11:00 a.m.
Feb. 23: Ace Your Interview, 5:00 p.m.
Feb. 24: Ace Your Interview, 11:00 a.m.
Mar. 1: Federal Jobs Applications Workshop, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Mar. 3: Employer Session: New Visions Charter School, 4–5 p.m., Pratt Conf. Room., 2nd Fl.
Mar. 24: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m., Pratt 510
Mar. 29: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Mar. 30: Career Fair Prep Sessions 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Mar. 31: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.
Apr. 1: On-Campus Interview: Environmental Protection Agency, by appointment, Pratt 510
Apr. 4: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Apr. 5: Best of Brooklyn Internship and Job Fair, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Metcalfe Gym
Apr. 6: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m. & 5:00 pm
Apr. 7: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Apr. 11: Career Fair Prep Sessions, 11:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Apr. 12: Health Professions Career Fair, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Metcalfe Gym
Our Services include-
- One-on-one appointments with a counselor throughout a student’s college career
- Skills/Interests Assessments to help students discover career options that fit their personalities, interests and skills.
- Career and industry research to uncover a variety of career options and industries. Students may read career-related books while relaxing in our library and conduct their own research at the computer kiosks in our Lounge in Pratt 510.
- Career-related workshops on a variety of topics such as interviewing skills, how to network, etc., often targeting specific majors.
- Resume and job search letter development to target/explore/follow-up on specific opportunities.
- Interview preparation enables students to experience the interview-process first-hand through mock interviews. Students receive feedback and gain confidence.
- Coop/Internship referral assistance: Undergraduate Students learn about work opportunities that strengthen skills, and allow students to explore different careers, network with professionals and build their resumes. Many coop/internship opportunities are paid.
- Networking with professionals: Seasoned professionals in a variety of fields and industries share their experiences and valuable career/industry information through special events such as panels, networking parties, etc.
- Mentoring program: Students are connected with LIU Alums who are established professionals in their chosen field of interest.
- On-campus Recruiting Events: Students have opportunities to meet employers and learn about opportunities at events such as Career Fairs and in some cases, interview for positions.
- Job referral assistance: Counselors help students conduct a job search, identify opportunities of interest and prepare to apply and interview for targeted opportunities.
- On-the-Job coaching: Once students obtain an internship or job, counselors are available to assist them as they adjust to the work world.
- Alumni counseling: Students receive continued career counseling assistance upon graduation from LIU – Brooklyn Campus
Career Services: Your career starts here! Come and see us as soon as you can so we can help you identify your skills and interests, focus on appropriate career opportunities, prepare for a job search and connect you with internship/coop work experiences that will help you build your resume – and launch your career! Also, find out about our events and workshops by checking this site and the flat screens around campus. Click on 'Our Services" tab for all the undergraduate services we provide.
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Cooperative Education Program
This program assists students in preparing for and securing major/career-related internship positions that complement academic studies. Such positions will help students build their skills, experience and self-confidence, as well as their resumes. Employers are 60% more likely to hire students with internship experience and many employers go on to hire students who have interned with them upon graduation. Students are encouraged to plan to have several internships through their college career – and to work with our office to help them through this process. See your Career Counselor today for more information! The following classes may be taken to fulfill ‘credit’ requirements for an internship. See your Career Counselor today for more information.
Coop 1 (Career Readiness) is a one-credit course offered to students in all majors to prepare them for internship experiences, job search and the world of work. Participants develop their own portfolio of job search-related tools, including a resume and cover letter; practice interviewing and receive feedback; and learn about different industries and occupations that fit their interests. Students who are enrolled for 15 credits and are in good academic standing are eligible for a grant to cover the cost of tuition for Coop 1. For more information, students should contact their academic advisor.
Coop 2: This seminar introduces students in an internship to workplace dynamics, professional etiquette and navigating the professional world.
This program pairs college students with preschool children to help children build language, literacy and social skills in educational settings. As a Jumpstart employee, you can earn your work study award with potential to earn an additional education award of up to $1,000, while you make a difference in the life of a child! Contact: Fabiola Alexis at: 718-780-4355; firstname.lastname@example.org
This federally funded program for students who qualify through their financial aid packages places students in paid positions in educational settings. Students receive ongoing teaching and leadership training to prepare them as educators and leaders. Interested students can pick up an application at the Office of Career Services. Contact: Fabiola Alexis at: 718-780-4355; Fabiola.Alexis@liu.edu.
The Office of Career Services at Long Island University/Brooklyn Campus offers a wide range of career planning services to assist graduate students. Each student is assigned a Career Counselor to assist them throughout their graduate studies. Our staff helps students research, prepare for and secure work opportunities while in school and upon graduation. Students are encouraged to use the many services and resources that are available to all graduate students of the Brooklyn Campus. We also sponsor workshops and other events. Alumni may continue to utilize the full array of career services provided by the Office of Career Services either in our Pratt office or through distance career counseling.
Graduate Student Services
> Resume/Curriculum Vitae Preparation: Have your resume/CV critiqued and developed to stand out from the competition.
> Letter Preparation: Fine-tune your cover letters, thank you letters, and letters of inquiries.
> Mock Interviews: Develop interview your skills and practice responses to typical and industry/position-specific interview questions and receive feedback from your Counselor.
> Job Search Process: Uncover strategies to enable you to conduct an effective and productive job search.
> Workshops, Events and Panels:Attend career-related workshops and other events to network with and learn from seasoned professionals.
DISTANCE CAREER COUNSELING
The distance career counseling offers career counseling services to graduate students unable to meet with a career counselor at our office. Counseling sessions are conducted through telephone and on-line interaction at times that are convenient for you (e.g., evenings, weekends). Heidi Ravis, our distance career counselor, provides services including resume review, interviewing skill development, job search preparation and industry research to help you navigate through the job search process. Contact Heidi at Heidi.Ravis@liu.edu
Job/Internship Referrals - Career counselors can work with you to help you obtain full-time and part-time employment opportunities. You can use our job bank system mycareerkey to search for jobs.
Career Fairs - Employers from the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors disseminate employment information. Our next career fair is October 7, from 10 am to 1pm.
Spring Employer Recruitment Event
Thur. March 12th, 11am-3pm, Location: Main Gymnasium
Come meet employers in a variety of industries and learn about internship, part-time and full-time job
opportunities. This Career Fair is targeted to Business, Liberal Arts, Education and Media Arts Students.
PLEASE meet with a Career Counselor to have your resume approved before attending the fair.
Alumni may continue to utilize the full array of career services which are available by the Office of Career Services either in our Pratt office or through distance career counseling.
Individual career counseling sessions
Completion and interpretation of career assessment instruments
Resume and cover letter review and development
Job search strategies
On-campus recruitment, workshops, panels, and other events
Job referral assistance
Distance Career Counseling Program
The distance career counseling offers career counseling services to alumni who are unable to meet with a career counselor at our office. Counseling sessions are conducted through telephone and on-line interaction at times that are convenient for you (e.g., evenings, weekends). Heidi Ravis, our distance career counselor, provides services including resume review, interviewing skill development, job search preparation and industry research to help you navigate through the job search process. Contact Heidi.Ravis@liu.edu.
List your open Jobs/Internships – let us help you fill your open positions
List your company’s open jobs/internships with us! Log in to our job bank system, mycareerkeyFor more information: Amy Rothenberg, Associate Director of Career Services, email@example.com. 718.488.1603.
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Search for your next opportunity on MyCareerKey. Click here to register.
Help a Student-Share your knowledge: Be a Mentor!!
Help a college student learn about your field and the world of work by conducting an informational interview, allowing the student to ‘job shadow’ you for a day or developing an ongoing mentor/protégé relationship. Make a difference in someone’s life (and feel good) – without taking too much time from your busy schedule. Contact: Amy Rothenberg, Associate Director of Career Services, firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.488.1603.
Post your opportunities (internships, part-time and full-time positions) free of charge on our Job Bank system, MyCareerKey. This database is used by students and alumni. Click here.
Spring Career Fair: On April 13th, we will be hosting the 2nd Annual Best of Brooklyn Career Fair, featuring students from a number of Brooklyn colleges, including: St. Francis, St. Joseph 's, Brooklyn College , NYU/PolyTech, Kingsborough Community College and us! Registration information will be posted by February 1st. Please let me know if you have questions. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus and introducing you to an array of talented students!
"Employer Spotlight Series": This new program allows employers to conduct an information session with students to build your brand, inform them about your organization and convey information about current and future opportunities. We are happy to collect resumes for you following the event if you like.
Featured Employer in our Newsletter: Employers with multiple job/internship offerings will be selected as a featured employer in our newsletter that is sent to 1000's of students, targeted by major.
Resume Drops: We will collect and screen resumes of qualified students to fill your openings. Contact: Stephanie Steinberg , Director, Office of Career Services, email@example.com ; 718.488.3311
On-campus Interviews: Meet students who have been pre-screened for your positions. We will arrange interviews in our conference room.
LIU- Brooklyn Campus Cooperative Education Program
Cooperative Education integrates academic study with career-related professional work experience. The program enables undergraduate students to work in a field related to their career interests, while in school. Cooperative Education students learn about the world of work and workplace etiquette by taking our Coop 1: Career Readiness course. All students also work one-on-one with a Career Counselor through their Coop experience-and their academic career at LIU-Brooklyn Campus. Our program is ongoing, so students may begin their work placement anytime during the year, depending on employers' needs. Students may continue their work beyond the initial assignment, if requested by the employer. If the student is not available, we will find another candidate for you. The program provides employers with an excellent source of motivated, pre-trained, and focused employees to assist you on a short- or long-term basis or with special projects. If you have an opportunity you would like to list, please contact Stephanie Steinberg at 718.488.3311.