Career & Employment Hub
Students learn business networking with professional-style dinner and panel
More than 80 University of Southern Maine students met with 15 employers for a professional-style mocktail networking session, dinner and panel discussion organized by students from USM’s chapter of the American Marketing Association.
WMTW-TV reports on annual Spring Job Fair
More than 100 employers filled the Sullivan Gym on USM’s Portland Campus for the annual Spring Job Fair, covered by WMTW-TV. The free event gave students the chance to meet people from a variety of industries including technology, travel, health care, the arts, retail and government. Attendees were also given the chance to receive a free professional photo.
Resumes at the ready: Spring 2019 Job Fair around the corner
The USM Spring 2019 Job Fair is fast approaching, featuring more than 100 employers for students to meet and network with in preparation for their careers after graduation.
'Career Explorers' celebrate internship experiences with local organizations
University of Southern Maine students who completed fall internships through the Career & Employment Hub's "Career Exploration Across Sectors" program gathered Thursday, Dec. 6th, to celebrate their accomplishments and share their experiences.
Finish your holiday shopping at these alumni-owned businesses
We've compiled a list of businesses owned and/or operated by USM alumni to help guide your local shopping this holiday season.
Replay, "The USM Update," Dec. 3, 2018
In the new episode of "The USM Update," the last of 2018, USM President Glenn Cummings thanks voters for their historic passage of Question 4 on the November ballot; speaks with two of the newest leading ladies in the university's renowned School of Music; discusses a new opportunity in aquaculture; and sends his greetings for a happy holiday season.
Hundreds come to first Fall Job Fair at USM
The Career & Employment Hub at the University of Southern Maine hosted its first-ever Fall Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 8, drawing hundreds of students looking for work.
What you need to know about upcoming Bond Question 4
If approved by voters on Nov. 6, Question 4 will invest a historic $49 million into Maine's public universities, including USM, to fund workforce development initiatives in nursing, engineering, computer science and more.
Becoming a nurse: learning trust, teamwork and empathy
After 16 years in information technology, Jon White enrolled in the USM School of Nursing. He completed the school’s accelerated program — which takes only 15 months to educate, immerse and shape people prior with bachelor’s degrees into nurses — and went to work.
Engineering the future of medicine: Seth Percy '19
Seth Percy isn't just an electrical engineer. With a concentration in computer engineering, the 25-year-old from Bath is looking to make a difference in the field of medicine — through robotic intervention.