Explore our Career Management toolkit. This five-step process takes you through practical steps that will help you establish and reach your career goals. You can find information ranging from how to write your best cover letter and resume, to goal setting and progress evaluation.
Related: Guide to Transition & Job Search Resources (pdf)
Limited eligibility:One-on-one, personalized job search assistance. Eligible for spouses/partners of newly recruited Cornell tenure track professors or new Cornell staff of Band H or above. (see the Career Navigator tool for information about job bands)
General Employment Sessions
Open to all: Sessions with Tompkins Workforce of New York. Off-campus sessions provide services from the NY State Department of Labor; on-campus sessions provide information about employment opportunities at Cornell, application tips and guidance regarding the application process. See Career Events Flyer for details and other upcoming career and employment events.
Check these resources for job postings in the Ithaca region.
Workforce New York Career Centers offer a broad array of services based on your job needs and interests. Tompkins Workforce New York Career Center offers no-fee services to jobseekers of varying levels of education, skills, and work experiences including:
- Comprehensive job listings
- Professional readiness services such as resume and cover letter preparation, skills assessment, career counseling, and interview assistance
- No fee access to phones for employer contacts
- No fee fax machine and copier for job search activities
- Education and training information financial assistance based on eligibility
You may also search other centers located throughout the state.
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