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Students at the recent Career Expo, another career development opportunity offered on campus. (image credit: Career Development Center)

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On Campus, No Problem: Career Services Discusses the Importance of On Campus Interviews

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It is October which means it is on-campus interview season. On-campus interviews are something that all SNHU students should utilize if possible. On-campus interviews are where students have the opportunity to meet with employers for an interview directly on campus.

This makes it easier for both the employer and the student by having a central location where they can interview many students at once, and students do not have to leave the campus.

The Gustafson Center is great for on-campus interviews because of the new interview rooms that the building has to offer. The Career & Professional Development Center are currently looking for students for on campus interviews for several different companies.

The Career & Professional Development Center also helps students prepare for these on campus interviews. Students can make appointments for resume help, mock interviews, tips and tricks with interviews and anything in between.

The on-campus interviews are an important part of SNHU because SNHU wants to make sure that all students have access to networking, as well as getting job interviews even if one might not have transportation.

Deadlines are very important when it comes to on-campus interviews so students should sign up through SNHU Recruit as soon as possible.

Even if students missed the Career Expo there are many other ways to get involved on campus and to network with employers.

If any students are interested in having their resume checked, improving their interview skills or have any questions, students can email the Career & Professional Development Center at careerdevelopment@snhu.edu.

Students can also call the Career & Professional Development Center at (603) 645-9793.

Rachel Dembek
Rachel Dembek is a degree in three Marketing major. She is the communications ambassador for the Career & Professional Development Center. She is also in Generation Equality and the Public Relations Manager for SNHU Drama.