Careers and Internships: Resources and Guides
SAIC Career + Co-op Center's Employment Toolkit [PDF] includes information for pursuing internships and seeking employment such as resume examples, how to set up a LinkedIn profile and more.
Employment Toolkit Chapters
- Resumes [PDF]
- Cover Letters [PDF]
- Portfolio Strategies and Artist Statement [PDF]
- Public Image—LinkedIn [PDF]
- Search Strategies [PDF]
- Successful Interview [PDF]
- Additional Information [PDF]
Student Employment Guide
Provides information about on-campus job opportunities and explains the employment process, including eligibility information and forms that you must complete in order to receive payment through the student payroll system.
Student Employment Guide [PDF]
Becoming a Teaching Assistant
This guide covers the application preparation required to become a successful Teaching Assistant applicant. It also contains helpful resources every SAIC TA should know. To be a TA, you MUST be a current SAIC graduate student.
Tools for Teaching
- TA Training: Disability Resource Center [PDF]
- Considering College Teaching [PDF]
- CV Writing [PDF]
- Develop your Teaching Packet [PDF]
- Interviewing with Confidence [PDF]
- Syllabus Writing [PDF]
$ALT: Money Knowledge for College and Beyond
A free educational program that will help you, whether you are a student or an alum, take control of your finances as you plan for your future.
Documenting Your Work
A guide that starts with camera basics and takes you through post production using Adobe Photoshop to best document your work for your online portfolio.
Documenting Your Work [PDF]
Artist's Statements and Bios
A short handout outlining what defines an artist's statement and the tips for writing a statement that highlights your work best. Artist's statements are especially significant for applying for funding, further schooling, and can help inform your "elevator pitch".
Helpful Online Sites
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