We view advisors and faculty as critical to our mutual goal of student success.
We strive to support students and help lead them to success even past graduation. When it comes to class presentations, student recruitment, references and all student services we provide is extended to our faculty. Lets work together to ensure that every Jag will graduate with the skills, experience, professional connections, and academic knowledge to pursue careers that lead to personal fulfillment, financial wellness, positive contributions to workplaces and communities, and continued engagement with the AU family.
The goal of this page is to equip advisors and faculty with tools for effective career-related engagement with students.
Check out our campus student employment program
The official university employment portal for Augusta University
All onboarding of your student hires for student employment will be handled through HR
Federal Work Study Program and Eligibility Verification is through the Office of Student Financial Aid
Let's Empower our students.
Student employees are critical assets to the functioning and success of Augusta University, and our goal is to provide each of them with a professional, educational, and rewarding experience when working with us. This channel will provide you with tools, information, and resources to help you recruit, hire, train and mentor your student employees.
Career Services is the “recruitment” arm of campus student employment to promote your Student Assistant, Federal Work Study or Graduate Assistant Opportunities.
We advise and support students up to one year beyond the completion of their degree program. Along the way, we provide them with career development programs and resources. Please use the links below to identify specific ways we can help you and your classes.
Career Services conducts over 200 programs in the classroom, with student groups and departmental workshops. Faculty are encouraged to contact us to partner ahead of the term if they are incorporating assignments involving our services.Submit Program Request
This is a resource to help faculty understand their ethical responsibilities toward students.Legal Standards
Here resources covering basic guidelines for providing student references and writing reference letters.Reference Letter Sample
The services we offer to students are also extended to our faculty, staff and their immediate families in a professional and confidential manner. Contact the Director, Julie Goley for information on how we can help you and your family with our services.
We are a student's best resource for career exploration, job outlook, salary, and employment trend information. Students use our services to clarify their career plans, to develop essential job-search skills and to seek resources for employment.
We help students determine the right career for their interests, career goals, skills, values, and personality. We help them explore their options and encourage goal setting to correspond with career and academic planning.
We work directly with employers who would like to develop mutually beneficial relationships with faculty. We can facilitate connections with professionals who can provide career development support to students in a particular major or discipline. We can help develop employer internship relationships for your intern program, we can bring employers to your classrooms, and we can provide career spotlights to showcase career options in our majors at Augusta University.
There is no better way to prepare for the job interview than by experiencing an "actual"
interview. Our staff can conduct mock interviews with your students, then provide
a constructive critique of their performance and provide them with effective interview
strategies. We also provide online mock interview services using Big Interview on-line
virtual interview tutorial to help students sharpen their skills.
Check out Big Interview »
Campus Employers are often the first employers students have. We assist campus department employers with posting their on-campus student assistant and Federal Work Study opportunities on Handshake, our job and event listing site. Please contact the Career Services office at 706-737-1604 if you need assistance posting your on-campus position.
Our career fairs provide excellent opportunities for your students to meet representatives from the companies in their industries of choice and establish a network of contacts. We will help your students research the employers beforehand and provide tips on how to effectively engage recruiters.
We specialize in developing and facilitating career development programming on topics such as resume writing, job-search strategies, and interviewing skills. In addition, we can arrange presentations by professionals (many of them alumni), who can relate their experiences and how their major has helped them in their careers.
Doing mock interviews really helped me feel more confident in the actual interview. A lot of the tips in the interview video I used during my real interview. I also felt that knowing exactly how to dress was helpful because it was one less thing to worry about.