STEM Resume Cafe & LinkedIn Photo Booth

Make your résumé as strong as your coffee!

As part of our Career Fair Week activities, this is the perfect opportunity for students to get advice from the experts on their resumes! Employers will critique students' resumes, offering advice on how to best represent themselves on paper for the upcoming fairs and recruiting season.

Make sure to bring copies of your résumé! 

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VIRTUAL All Majors Resume Cafe

Make your résumé as strong as your coffee.  Join us for the VIRTUAL All-Majors Résumé Café to have employers and industry leaders review your résumé one-on-one and offer professional advice.

Make sure to have a digital copy of your résumé ready! 

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Our in-person Résumé Café is on Wednesday, Jan. 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Dunlap Success Center.

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VIRTUAL Seminole Futures All Majors Career & Internship Fair

Virtually network and connect with hiring organizations at this VIRTUAL career and internship fair! Meet with recruiters from corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations to discuss a broad range of internship and full-time job opportunities. 

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From college hackathon to a new job at Ally Financial

Alumni Spotlight: Keishon Smith shares his surprising journey from college engineering hackathon participant to financial professional

After a year of waiting, Keishon Smith finally got to walk—in person—for his 2020 graduation ceremony at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. He like, so many 2020 graduates, had his senior year dampened by the pandemic.

“It was nice to have my parents watch me walk across the stage at graduation after a 15-month delay,” Smith said.” I’m the first one out of my immediate family to graduate college.”

CREST program engineering graduate lands prestigious position at the Air Force Research Lab

“One of our FAMU doctorate students just got offered a research position at the premier materials and manufacturing directorate at the Air Force Research Lab,” Subramanian Ramakrishnan, a 3M distinguished professor at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, said. “I don’t think this has happened before.”