Here are some tips to help you make the most of your 15 minutes based on what you need assistance with.
Drop-In Quick Career Tips
Drop in for a 15 minute session. Get your quick career questions answered or get feedback on application materials. No appointment needed! (If you want more in-depth assistance requiring longer than 15 minutes, we recommend you make an appointment.)
Drop-in hours: Mondays – Thursdays from 2 – 4 p.m. Mountain Time, during the fall and spring semesters when classes are in session. Please note that you will be seen on a first come, first served, basis, and wait times may vary.
Online Drop-In Instructions
When you are ready to join a drop-in session, click the link below that corresponds with what day it is. From there, log into your Handshake account to get the Zoom link.
Once you enter the Zoom meeting, a Career Services staff member will move you from the waiting room to a one-on-one meeting when it’s your turn.
If you would like to have your resume or cover letter reviewed please have your documents ready before joining the Zoom meeting so we are able to spend the full 15 minutes helping you.
Mondays | 2 – 4 p.m. (Mountain Time)
Tuesdays | 2 – 4 p.m. (Mountain Time)
Wednesdays | 2 – 4 p.m. (Mountain Time)
Thursdays | 2 – 4 p.m. (Mountain Time)
In-Person Drop-In Instructions
In order to keep our Bronco community safe, in-person drop-ins are temporarily unavailable. Please follow the online drop-in instructions above.
Whether you’re looking for a part-time job or a career position, we can help. Our job search process virtual workshop or job search process handout will help you get started in your search for career positions. For part-time jobs, check out our handout on getting a part-time job. Bring your questions!
Have questions about how internships work at Boise State, or how to find one? Start with our internship handout, then we can help you with questions about what kinds of internships you could do, where to look, and how to secure one. We can also help you explore other types of experiential learning opportunities, such as Work U, volunteering, or involvement in student or professional organizations.
Grad School Personal Statements
Bring a copy of your personal statement along with the specific instructions and prompts you were given. We can provide suggestions about content and organization, but please note that for writing style, grammar, or proofreading assistance, the Writing Center may be a better resource for you.
Check out the many career exploration and career planning resources we have available, including our career planning handout, virtual workshops, and web resources such as What Can I Do With This Major and Vault. We can help you start to work on your career preparation plan. If you are looking for assistance with career exploration or to review your PathwayU results, please note that you’ll want to schedule an appointment for that.