Services for Undergraduate Students

The CSPD team has added Zoom appointments for coaching conversations and resume critiques. Go to the Appointments page in Handshake to schedule a new appointment.

Sign-up for the following appointments using Handshake: General Coaching, Major and Career Exploration, Job Search Strategies, Mock Interviews, Cover Letters, Salary Negotiation, Company and Industry Research, and LinkedIn. Students can select their appointment meeting preference, either in-person or virtual via Zoom by going to the Appointments page in Handshake to schedule a new appointment.

Schedule 15-minute virtual appointments for resume critiques. These appointments can be booked via your Handshake account by selecting the “FOX Undergraduate Resume Critique” option. Please have a digital copy of your resume available to share during the session.

We offer drop-in hours for resume critiques and quick professional development questions 5 days a week. Click here to access the drop-in hour schedule.

The CSPD will be hosting many virtual events and workshops this fall including employer recruitment events. Access the Handshake events page or follow us on Instagram @foxcspd to view what’s upcoming.

  • Log on to Handshake and go to the “Career Center” tab, then click on the “Appointments” button
  • Once on the Appointments page, click on “Schedule a New Appointment
  • Choose the “Fox School of Business Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) – Undergraduate” Category
  • Select the coaching appointment type that you are scheduling
  • Select an available time and request to schedule it

You will receive an email confirming the appointment. If you scheduled a virtual appointment you will also receive the Zoom link for the meeting. In-person appointments will take place in the CSPD office, 134 Alter Hall.

You will continue to have full access to the CSPD Undergraduate Canvas course containing CSPD’s career and professional development resources.

Services for Graduate Students

Appointments via Zoom can be scheduled in advance via Handshake. You will receive an email confirming the appointment along with a Zoom link. Click on the Zoom link at the start of your appointment time.

Appointments can be reserved as little as one hour in advance. If you are requesting a resume review, please upload your resume to Handshake at least one day prior to your appointment.

You may need to download the Zoom app on your mobile device. For more information on how to use Zoom, please review the student resources page.

If Zoom is not a viable option for you, email your CSPD liaison to schedule a meeting via phone. If you have any trouble scheduling an appointment, please contact foxcspd@temple.edu and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Appointments are scheduled in advance via Handshake. Students can select their appointment meeting preference, either in-person or virtual via Zoom. You will receive an email confirming the appointment along with either a physical meeting location or a Zoom link. For more information on how to use Zoom, please review the student resources page.

Appointments can be reserved as little as one hour in advance. If you are requesting a resume review, please upload your resume to Handshake at least one day prior to your appointment.

If you have any trouble scheduling an appointment, please contact foxcspd@temple.edu and we’ll be happy to assist you.

The CSPD will be hosting many virtual events and workshops this fall including employer recruitment events. Access the Handshake events page or follow us on Instagram @foxcspd to view what’s upcoming.

You can always access the CSPD Graduate Professional Development Canvas course containing career and professional development resources.

Frequently Asked Questions 

  • Log in to Handshake and go to the “Career Center” tab, then click on the “Appointments” button.
  • Once on the Appointments page, click on “Schedule a New Appointment.”
  • Choose the “Fox School of Business Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) – Graduate” Category.
  • Select the coaching Appointment Type you would like to request.
  • Select an available day and time, then click Request to schedule it.
  • MBA Programs (PMBA): Kathleen Williams  | Mon, Wed, Thurs afternoons
  • MBA Programs: Janis Moore Campbell  | Mon, Tues mornings, Fri afternoons
  • MS programs: Dilyara Kashaeva  | Mon, Tues afternoons, Thurs mornings, some Thurs evenings
  • MS programs:  Lynn Carroll  | Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri mornings, some Thurs evenings

You will receive an email confirming the appointment. If you scheduled a virtual appointment you will also receive the Zoom link for the meeting. In-person appointments will take place in the CSPD Graduate Programs office, Alter Hall 7th floor.

If you would like to meet on a date without coach availability or have any trouble scheduling an appointment, please contact foxcspd@temple.edu and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Services for Employer Partners

In an effort to keep our community safe and healthy, all CSPD on-campus employer events including interviews, information tables, classroom presentations, etc. have been cancelled for the remainder of the spring semester.

However, there are still many ways to engage with Fox students virtually:

  • ​Post your active jobs and internships via the Handshake platform
  • Host virtual events via webinars, Zoom, etc. and promote them via Handshake
  • Conduct virtual interviews coordinated through the Fox CSPD Employer Partnerships team
  • Post project work on Parker-Dewey, a platform to connect employers with students to complete short-term paid assignments. 

Please contact the Fox CSPD Employer Partnerships team with any questions.  We are ready to support your organization as you adapt recruitment strategies and promote job and internship opportunities during this unprecedented situation.

Note: If you have any Temple University students currently, or soon to be employed by your organization, please be sure to update them on your operating status, guidelines, and start date changes if applicable. We have encouraged students to discuss concerns directly with their intern instructors/advisors (if earning course credit) and supervisors.