Welcome back for the spring semester. CCE will continue operating both in-person and virtually this semester, and we’re excited to share our full slate of Spring 2022 offerings.

There are many resources available to you through CCE. Below, we’ve highlighted three areas to focus on for the Spring 2022 term. 

1. It’s never too early or too late to work with us on career planning.

Visit with one of our career counselors for an appointment — no preparation required.

30-MINUTE APPOINTMENT (VIRTUAL OR IN-PERSON)

This option is a one-on-one session with a career counselor. These sessions are great for starting to explore career options, strategize a job or internship search, take a deep dive into your application materials, talk about offers or negotiation, practice interviews, or any other career-related questions you have. Please note that in-person appointments will resume on January 31, when our physical office re-opens for the semester.

CCE Career Counselor working with a student during Quick Questions.


QUICK QUESTIONS (VIRTUAL OR IN-PERSON)

These 15-minute sessions do not require appointments. Starting January 18, you can access these sessions virtually between 2:00-4:00 p.m. ET Monday — Friday via a Zoom link on this page. We will resume offering in-person sessions in our center on January 31.

Quick Questions sessions are great for resume/cover letter touch ups and reviews for your application materials, short questions, or a launching point to explore our resources.

2. LionSHARE remains your best resource to access employers and exclusive opportunities.

WHAT IS LIONSHARE?

LionSHARE is an online portal exclusive to Columbia undergraduates. You will find job and internship postings, employer recruiting events and info sessions, and additional industry information. Access our LionSHARE FAQs.

Spring 2022 on-campus interviews and recruiting events will be posted in LionSHARE. Check back regularly for updates.

Employer smiling at student in conversation at career fair

 

CAREER FAIRS HOSTED IN LIONSHARE POWERED BY HANDSHAKE

This spring, we are hosting industry-specific micro career fair recruiting events via the LionSHARE platform. This requires you to schedule sessions with employers in advance. Check out our In the Know blog post outlining what to expect at these virtual career fairs. 

 

INDUSTRY NEWSLETTERS

To receive relevant industry newsletters containing employer events, industry updates and tips, resources, and highlighted postings, be sure to update your profile with the following:

·       Class year standing (Example: sophomore)

·       Industries of interest

·       Graduate school interest

LionSHARE is also where you will find employer info sessions and recruiting / exploratory events. 

3. Attend events and participate in skill-building programs to build your network and prepare for your next steps.

EVENT CALENDAR 

All of the employer and alumni events that we host exclusively for Columbia students are available on this calendar (we suggest you bookmark this page). Check back regularly for updates.

HIGHLIGHTED RECRUITING EVENTS 

·       February 4: Micro Career Fair: Business

·       February 15: Micro Career Fair: Engineering

·       February 18: Micro Career Fair: Communications & Media

·       February 22: Micro Career Fair: Startups & Tech

·       February 24: Micro Career Fair: Social Impact, Government & Policy

LIONSHARE CALENDAR

The employer info sessions and skill building programs posted in LionSHARE may be exclusive to Columbia or open to students from other schools. You will see a high volume of events across industries on this calendar.

Employer speaking with student attendees

HIGHLIGHTED WORKSHOPS & PROGRAMS

INSTAGRAM LIVES

Catch our Instagram Live Q&As (@ColumbiaCCE) to learn from special guests and subject matter experts who will address timely career topics. This is a great way to find insider information you can’t find on the web!

Follow us on Instagram for updates on upcoming live Q&As.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS

We work with employers and alumni to source and support internship programs that are open exclusively to Columbia undergraduates.

Intern group in lobby of Bloomberg News