Center for Career Services
Career Services Policy and Student Agreement
All appointments with career coaches are made online in FoxQuest.
Student Welcome Page> Coaching Appointments
Internship and Career Opportunities for Marist Students and Alumni
- Access the FoxQuest database 24 hours a day.
- Currently enrolled students already have a FoxQuest account and will be directed to the Marist Authentication page. Please enter your Marist Account (Marist email address) and Password. This will bring you right to FoxQuest.
- Once logged in, please complete your profile.
- Once your profile is complete, you may post or update your resumé. It will be reviewed by a member of the Center for Career Services staff. If any corrections need to be made you will be contacted via email. Once your resumé is ready it will be approved. It is recommended that you have a Career Services staff member critique your resumé before uploading it.
- You may apply directly for job and internship opportunities. Student resumés will be automatically placed in resumé books organized by major. If you do not wish to have employers view your resumé, you may opt out of this feature under navigating to My Account > Privacy > Include in Resume Book > choose "No".
Handshake - Additional Resource to Search for Jobs and Internships
- Current Marist students also have an account in Handshake, a free online career hub that provides access to job and internship postings, career fairs and other employer events, employer pages with peer reviews, and more features.
- Click here to get to the Handshake login page, then click on the Current Students Please Log In Here button and you will be directed to the Marist Authentication page. Please enter your Marist.edu email address as your username and your MyMarist password to log in.
- Once logged in, please complete your profile. You will be able to upload documents such as resumes, cover letters, and work samples as you apply for positions.
Applying for Jobs
If you're in the market for a new job, where do you begin? Do you check out the Classifieds section of your local newspaper? Do you enclose your cover letter and resume in an envelope and snail-mail it to prospective employers? Chances are you answered those questions with a resounding "no."
In today's increasingly digital world, job seekers quite literally have resources at their fingertips! The age of smartphones has turned everything from ordering food to planning an international trip into something we can do anywhere, anytime. Instead of turning to several different resources, mobile culture has streamlined the job search process, in many cases turning it into a "one-stop-shop" allowing users to search, network, and apply in one place. Let's take a look at some of the best apps out there for the modern job seeker:
Indeed is the mobile app equivalent of your favorite T-shirt. It's a user-friendly, no-frills place where job seekers can scour opportunities aggregated from many different sites in one place. Like most other job apps, it allows you to upload your resume, save previous searches, and get alerts when a new job is posted that fits your personalized criteria.
ZipRecruiter is a relatively new app, but it has grown exponentially in just a few years. While it maintains all of the expected functions, it sets itself apart by flipping the script: it gives employers the ability to search for you, not just the other way around. When you upload your resume to the database, it allows thousands of recruiters to pre-screen your qualifications and experience so they can reach out to you if they think you're a good fit. You're already one step ahead of the game!
As its name suggests, GlassDoor was developed with transparency in mind. It gives users the unique ability to not only search job opportunities, but to go one step further and find out about the company from people who have actually worked there. Current and former employees are able to leave honest, informed reviews and feedback about everything from the company culture to the CEO's pet peeves. They can even upload photos of the work space. This inside info can save job seekers valuable time and energy by helping them to avoid applying for a job that may not be a good fit.
You probably think of Facebook as a place where you can keep up with your distant relatives or browse endless pictures of other people's kids, but did you know you can land a job there as well? Facebook Jobs lets you to apply to open opportunities right from a company's Facebook page. It even gives you the option to compose a mini summary of yourself to send to employers using information from your own profile.
For further help with job searching and career coaching please visit the Center for Career Services, Library 332.
You only get one chance to make a first impression. An employer will form an opinion of you in approximately 5 seconds, based on your dress, accessories and hairstyle. Therefore, the Center for Career Services requires Marist students to wear business suits at on-campus interviews for both internships and full-time jobs. If you wish, a counselor at the Center for Career Services will be happy to assist you prior to your interview by discussing interview attire and guiding your choice of clothing, accessories and hairstyles. The first time a student dresses inappropriately to an on campus interview, he/she will be asked to meet with a career counselor. The second time a student dresses inappropriately, the Center for Career Services reserves the right to suspend the student’s on-campus interviewing privileges for one academic semester. This policy is designed to enhance your professional image and that of Marist College.
What is Interview Stream?
- An online simulator that lets you see and hear yourself responding to interview questions
- Choose from among dozens of interview question sets
- Record yourself right on the system
- See/Hear yourself as the interviewer does
- Send your interview to be reviewed by anyone you choose