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Virtual Services

Virtual Career Planning Appointments

Career Planning Appointments are 30-minute individual sessions with a career coach. In a Career Planning Appointment, you can talk to your career coach about anything related to your career. Career Planning appointments are suggested for more in-depth, personalized questions and strategies about your career goals. We currently have nine Career Planning topics to choose from:

  1. Choosing/Changing Your Major
  2. Exploring Career Options
  3. Finding/Discussing Your Career Interests, Strengths and Values
  4. Finding Meaningful Experience (Internship, Part-Time work, Shadowing, Volunteering, Research etc.)
  5. Developing Your Network/Community (Networking, LinkedIn, Finding a Mentor)
  6. Developing Your Resume, Cover Letter, Personal Statement or E-Portfolio
  7. Graduate School Exploration/Preparation
  8. Finding/Preparing for a Full-Time Job
  9. Preparing for Interviews

You can schedule your Career Planning Appointment through Gator CareerLink.

Virtual Services for Students

The Career Connections Center is open and hosting virtual services and events for UF students.
Please review the services below for more information:

Virtual Express Drop-Ins

Express Drop-Ins are designed for document reviews (i.e. resumes, cover letters, personal statements), LinkedIn profile reviews, and quick Career Planning questions. They are typically 15-20 minutes long and no appointment is needed.

Career coaches and ambassadors will meet with you virtually for your Express Drop-In service.

Please note that the Express Drop-In service is only available for current UF students and alumni up to one year after graduation.

Tuesday & Thursday
Express Drop-In hours tend to be busy at the beginning of each shift (2:00 p.m.). Students can join Express Drop-In anytime between 2:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Express Drop-In will not be available on the following dates:

January 16 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
January 17 & 18 (Career Showcase)
March 13-March 17 (Spring Break)


Our team is aware that internships and/or employment (full or part-time) may be questionable in the foreseeable future. We've compiled a list of resources that may be helpful searching for diverse opportunities. Though we can't guarantee what the opportunities hold, we are hopeful that it gives you a starting block for exploring several experiences, some being virtual.

Micro-internships/Gig work

Virtual Internships through WayUp

Remote Internship through the Borgen Project

Virtual Student Federal Service Program (applications come out in July for Fall 2020 internships)

Remote work and freelance job board

Remote part-time work for students

Amazon hiring new temp workers