Career FAQ's for Students (COVID-19)
COVID-19 Operations Update (8/21): We are committed to keeping you safe, healthy, informed and connected to our services during this challenging time. As part of the University’s ongoing response to the impact of COVID-19, Hiatt staff will be available to meet in-person during the 2021-2022 academic year and will also be offering virtual appointments over Zoom or by phone to go over application materials, plans for graduate school, exploring post-graduation options and more.
The use of masks are currently required in the Hiatt Career Center public spaces. For one-on-one appointments, masks are optional.
We understand you have many questions surrounding your life after Brandeis and how COVID-19 impacts your career plans. To help you navigate through this, our staff has answered some of the most frequently asked questions about our operations, applying to positions, working from home and more below. If you don’t see an answer to a question, let us know via email or send us a message on Facebook
Going forward, Hiatt will share updates on our website, social media channels and email to provide ongoing support. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Access to the Career Center + Programs:
How will I access career center staff for appointments?
Will there be any career fairs or online sessions to interact with employers?
What other career programming is available?
What online career resources can I access?
Job and Internship Search + Planning
Where can I find jobs and internships?
Are employers still hiring?
How do I prepare for a virtual interview?
I have already accepted a position. Can an employer rescind the offer due to COVID-19?
My internship was canceled. How do I make up for the gap on my resume?
Is it appropriate to reach out to alumni and network during this time?
What is the best way to reach out to an employer regarding my status?
How can I get experience if I’m at home?