FSU Career Center Resources:

  • Drop-in Career Advising: Have resumes and cover letters critiqued, create a job search strategy, prepare for interviews, and more. No appointment needed, simply drop-in Monday – Friday from 9:00-4:30 (visit career.fsu.edu for hours and location).
  • Career Center Library: Access hundreds of online and print resources to address any step in the job campaign process. The Career Center library houses books specifically for dual career couples, such as Career Change: Everything You Need to Know to Meet New Challenges and Take Control and It’s About Time: Couples and Careers.
  • Career Spots: View online videos from employers on job search topics, including networking, interviewing, salary negotiation, and utilizing social media in the job search process.
  • Career Guides: Review detailed career guides on Searching for a Job in Tallahassee, Writing a Resume, and Searching for a Job.  Visit career.fsu.edu/resources/career-guides for access to all Career Center guides.
  • Career Modules: View these quick reference guides to locate resources both within the Career Center and online. There are 18 Modules which include information for Dual Career Couples and Families, Making a Career Transition, Understanding Job Forecasts, and Maximizing Diversity.

Job Search Resources:

Tallahassee Resources:

  • Executive Center | CareerSource Capital Region: For professional-level career seekers, visit the Executive Center. Here job seekers will receive assistance with resume development, interview skills, career transitions, and networking skills. The Executive Center has a fully equipped resource room for printing, faxing and scanning needs.
  • CareerSource Capital Region: CareerSource offers assistance to those who are unemployed, underemployed, or seeking training. No-cost services are offered throughout all aspects of career development.
  • FSU Employee Assistance Program: For additional support with your career transition, FSU’s Employee Assistance Program offers a free, confidential program providing professional support for faculty and staff of the university who may be experiencing issues such as job stress, anxiety, or family conflicts.


Career Source Capital Region

If you or someone you know has recently moved to the area and are looking for a job for their partner, tell them about the Accompanying Partners program at CareerSource Capital Region. They can assist with job search assistance, career exploration, job referrals, networking events, and relocation survival tips.

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