The School of Information Studies is proud of its job placement rate and the corresponding starting salaries of our recent graduates. The Employer Relations & Career Services team works in collaboration with Syracuse University’s Career Services office to offer you extensive services. Explore our services below to determine how we can best help you.
Drop-ins & Advising
We encourage iSchool students to access our one-on-one advising and in-house career advice from the Career Services team located in 114 Hinds Hall. Depending on what you'd like to discuss, you'll either meet with Christopher Perrello or Kathy Benjamin and we'll be happy to answer your questions.
By appointment only via OrangeLink
Topics: Career & internship search, interviewing skills, resume & cover letter development, networking, job & salary negotiation, help with LinkedIn, navigating at the Career Fair, and professional communication.
Drop-in Hours: Monday - Thursday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Topics: Registering internships for credit, CPT/OPT, and OrangeLink questions.
To schedule an appointment with Christopher Perrello via OrangeLink outside of his regular drop-in-hours:
- From MySlice, click OrangeLink under the 'Career Services' tab
- On the main page of OrangeLink, to the right of the page, is a shortcuts section. Click the first option titled, 'Request an Appointment'
- Find, 'iSchool: Christopher Perrello (Career)' from the list of Counselors
- Fill-in the date and location (iSchool Career Services)
- Click 'Check Availability' and find a time that works for you!
- You will first receive an email stating that your request has gone through, followed by a confirmation email that will tell you if your appointment request was approved.
Online Student Services
Online iSchool students have many options for accessing Career Services. Make an appointment with us to discuss your career options and ask questions by phone or via Skype.
MS in Information - Executive Track Services
The MS in Information Management for Executives program requires significant and related professional experience as a pre-requisite. As a result, for this program, the internship is neither required nor available. The iSchool has very strong Career Services and – for the traditional Information Management program - the internship is often the precursor to employment.
The employers and recruiters who visit college campuses are seeking entry level professionals and not executives. The iSchool’s Career Services team offers a different set of services to the executive student, such as high level interview and resume advising.