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For Parents

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How Can I Support My Son/Daughter In Their Career Decision-Making?

  • Encourage exploration of subjects and activities
  • Encourage them to participate in campus activities
  • Help them clarify their strengths, interests, skills, and values
  • Let them advocate for themselves
  • Encourage them to do an internship or gain experience
  • Help them develop connections to professionals if you can
  • Encourage early and often use of Career Services

Four-Year Plan of Using Career Services

Click this link to download an extensive list of recommendations on how to use Career Services over the four years at Husson.

Article for Parents on Supporting Career Decision Making

Click on this link to download an article by Sally Kearsley about how you can support your student in the career planning process.

Career Services Tip Sheets

Click on this link to see guides on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, networking, using social media, and many more. 

Other Ways You Can Support All Husson Students

Career Services Staff

Name
Phone and Email Address
James Westhoff
Director of Career Services
207.992.4909
westhoffj@husson.edu
201 Peabody Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401
Morgan Connolly
Assistant Director, Career Services
207.941.7126
connollym@husson.edu
201 Peabody Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401

Career Services

  • Husson Eagle Career Link

    All jobs, internships and events are posted here for students and employers.

  • Sigi3

    Sigi3 is an online career assessment for students to use in learning what career fields might be best fits.

  • Career Tip Sheets

    Informational guides on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, networking, social media, and many more. 

  • Career Spots - Career Advice Videos

    The job search simplified! Career Spots is a collection of 3-5 minute videos that offer relevant career advice and information from a variety of experts to aid students in the job search process.

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