Career Services for Students
Micro-Internships and Project-Based Experiences
In partnership with Parker Dewey, micro-Internships will allow you to apply to short-term, professional assignments, while also allowing companies to identify and assess highly motivated college students and recent graduate for fit should there be full-time opportunities. Unlike traditional internships, these paid opportunities typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work, many of which are remote, can be completed year-round, and help students develop career skills while getting paid.
- Develop your career skills
- Work with diverse organizations and people
- Improve your hireability
- Learn more about companies of interest
- Support academic outcomes
Your connection to our database of jobs, internships, events, employer profiles, and more.
From College to Career
No matter what your career plans are or where you are in your career development, the Office of Career Services can assist you. We provide services to help you look for career opportunities, make employer connections, update your resume and gain helpful hints on how to nail that interview.
Make an Appointment
Call 315-470-6900 or stop by 105 Bray Hall.
Class of 2023
Each year, ESF conducts a survey of recent graduates to determine how many begin their careers immediately after graduation and how many have entered graduate school. Please participate!