Online Career Tools
University Career Services wants to assist you with your career planning needs from anywhere. Our online career tools ca be used to explore and learn your career options, find ways to gain experience, research companies, search jobs and much more. Utilize them along with resources on our Job Search Skills & Tools page to enhance your career opportunities. Start using the online career tools today from home, your residence hall, on campus and even on-the-go!
Panther Career Net is Georgia State University’s online job and internship board. Upload your University Career Services staff approved résumé to apply for part-time, full-time, on and off-campus jobs. Students need a valid campus ID and password to access. Recent alumni (less that one year since graduation) can use thier campus ID and password to enter. Alumni who graduated more than one year ago, need to contact University Career Services at 404-413-1820 for access options.
Career Spots are online career education videos highlighting essential cornerstone principles, each 3 minutes long or less. Students can access Career Spots anytime and from any location by logging in to their Panther Career Net account. The Career Spots link is on the left panel of the home screen.
Focus 2 Career Assessment combines self-assessment, career and major exploration, decision making and action planning in one to help students select majors, make informed career decisions and take action. First time users need to go to the Focus 2 registration page to create an account. When prompted, use the access code:Panther1. Users who already have an account can sign in to the Focus 2 existing account access page.
GoinGlobal job & internship database includes country work guides and a database of U.S. job leads for international students via H1 Base. This tool also lists nonprofit career opportunities and other international opportunities. Use the link provided and start searching on GoinGlobal today. For additional tool, create a personal account.
H1 Base has convenient solutions for international students who need to find jobs and or sponsorship. H1Base is a comprehensive online databases of employers by occupation, industry, geographic location. The H1Base can be accessed via Goinglobal. Log into your Goinglobal account (or register) and click on the H1Binfo tab at the top of the page.
Hoover’s is an online tool to research company data. Students can access Hoover’s anytime and from any location.
Virtual Interview Practice Stream or VIPS, is an online interview practice system that allows users to record their answers to real interview questions. It is advised that you meet with a Career Counselor to review and to get positive feedback. Students can access from any location if they have a webcam, or schedule an appointment to record your interview in the University Career Services office. To schedule an appointment to review your mock interview with a counselor, please call 404-413-1820.
Reference USAis a business reference database that can be used when conducting research to learn more about a company or organization.
Volunteer Solutions is a service provided by our partners in the Office of Civic Engagement. This site allows you to search volunteer opportunity postings. Users can access Volunteer Solutions from any location. Visit GSU’s Office of Civic Engagement (429 University Center) for access.
What can I do with this major?is a question you might ask yourself, but it is also an online research tool to help students understand the broad range of career opportunities that are associated with each major.
Woofound is a personality awareness tool that allows students to discover possible career and majors. Go to the Woofound registration page exclusive to Georgia State University students and use your campus email address to sign up for an account.