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Career Services

About this guide

This guide is designed to supplement your career planning with helpful links to online resources.

Related Library Guides to assist in your research include:

For Rutgers University Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff

Student Employment - The Student Employment Office at Rutgers University has employment opportunities available on-campus, off-campus, in the new America Reads tutoring program, and in community agencies. Some of the programs are for financial aid recipients; others are open to all university students.

Financial Aid - For students in the Federal Work Study program, additional information about employment.

Campus Career Services - Rutgers University Careers Services offer a wide variety of services to assist students, alumni, faculty, and staff in preparing for and developing their careers and finding employment.

Additional Links: 

Looking for books about careers?

The libraries purchase books to assist you in preparing for a career. The majority of these books can be found in the Carr Library in New Brunswick, Robeson Library in Camden, and the Dana Library in Newark. Many career books can also now be found online. You can search for these books using the library catalog.

Please note that library building hours, policies, and service availability vary by location. Visit our COVID-19 page for more detailed information. Make sure to check back frequently, as the operating status at each location is being continually reevaluated. Access to thousands of new resources have been added via QuickSearch.

The Career Collection is separate from the other collections in the Carr Library. Please ask at the Circulation or Information Desk for the location of the career collection. 

Here are some examples of what you will find:


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