MBA/MS Student and Alumni Hofstra Online Resources
Through the HOFSTRA CAREER HUB, you can access the online resources below. Go to http://hofstra.edu/careerhub and log in with your Hofstra ID and password.
12TWENTY: Gain a competitive advantage by leveraging employment data from Zarb MBA/MS alumni and students. Research employers, salary ranges, and industry trends for your program.
HANDSHAKE: Access 2500 internships and job postings daily from regional and national employers. Click “EVENTS’ to view and register for MBA/MS Career Workshops, Employer and Alumni events, Executive Speakers and more!
BIG INTERVIEW: Prepare for your interviews by interacting with Big Interview. Whether you are heading towards your first interview or needing more in-depth practice, Big Interview is your first stop! It is suggested that you view all sections of module 1 under "Interview Training" prior to an interview preparation appointment with your Career Coach.
CAREERLEADER: Not sure about your major? Seeking to understand more clearly about what will create job satisfaction for you? CareerLeader is designed to assist graduate business students in learning how best to use their talents. You are required to complete this assessment prior to an appointment with a Career Coach to discuss this subject matter. To request authorization, email GraduateBusinessCareerServices[at]Hofstra.edu.
GOIN GLOBAL: Access regional, national and global job and internship postings, H1B information, and a directory of 400,000 employers. International students can use it to obtain a list of companies who have received H1B visa petitions. Go to H1B info> USA search (H1BPlus)> Advanced. To complete the search, insert title, industry and location. The site also contains career guides on states and cities within the U.S., country guides, advice on careers abroad, and much more.
MYVISAJOBS.COM: A website that provides all students on F1 visa facts, information, job and internship postings from companies willing to sponsor H1B visas, and other visa information.
O*NET ONLINE: The nation’s primary source of occupational information. Use the advanced search feature and browse by industry or job function to obtain detailed information about jobs you may be interested in.