The Lloyd & Helen Ament Astmann '69 Career Center
Career Services: College of Graduate and Professional Studies

Whether you’re seeking to advance your career or start a new one, the Office of Career Services at Franklin Pierce University can help you make the most of your education. Our focus on student-centered teaching extends to career planning services as well. Franklin Pierce University recognizes that each adult student has different goals. We are committed to your professional and academic success and will work with you, as an individual, to ensure that you have the tools that you need to make informed career choices and conduct a successful job search. Career services and resources available to current students and CGPS alumni include:

  • Career advising and assistance in setting career goals
  • Information on careers, job market trends and skills sought by employers
  • Assistance in creating or updating resumes or cover letters
  • Job search support and interview preparation
  • Assistance in applying to graduate school
  • An alumni-student Linkedin networking group
  • An on-line job board and Facebook page
  • Phone, email and Skype appointments and consultations
  • Participation in the annual New Hampshire College and University Council (NHCUC) Job Fair
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Ranked in Top Twenty by BestColleges.com

 

Franklin Pierce University was selected as one of the 2013-14 top colleges with the best career services, as determined by BestColleges.com! (BestColleges.com was created to provide students with as much information as possible regarding aspects of a college that are just as important to consider as degree programs.) Click here to find the listing.

 

 
Resources
Writing Cover Letters
Interviewing

Job Search Resources
 

Contacts

Rosemary Nichols
Director of Career Services
Franklin Pierce University
40 University Drive
Rindge, NH 03461

t 603.899.4045
Skype: Career.Center.Franklin.Pierce
www.facebook.com/FPCareerServices

 

 


Franklin 

Pierce

New Career Center made possible
by the generosity of alums Lloyd
and Helen Ament Astmann ‘69
View the 30-second video highlight