Stetson Law Alumni: How to Access Career Services

We are looking forward to connecting with you, whatever your needs. Please email to tell us who you are, when you graduated, and what you are doing these days. We’d like to have a current resume, even a very basic one, to get started with. It should include your current contact information, your current or last employer, and prior employment. We are also interested in your volunteer or pro bono work, so be sure to include that.

Once we have your resume, we’ll set up a telephone appointment with a member of the Career and Professional Development Team, to talk about your specific needs and your specific plans. If you have any questions, we may be able to answer those right away, but sometimes we plan on more than one conference, and will give you an assignment or two to complete before we get together again.

If you are in the area, after we have spoken by telephone, we may want to meet in person, either in our offices or another location. We can give you tips on current market interests and practices, tips on professional dress and network practices, and contemporary etiquette. Once you land a job interview, if you have not interviewed for a position in the last few years, we can schedule a practice telephone interview, a practice in-person interview, or a practice Skype interview.

The best advice we can give you, as an alumnus of Stetson Law, is to stay connected to us and to your network of classmates, fellow alumni, and the Stetson community in general. We are happy to share what we know, and to help you in any way that we can, and we’d love to hear from you.