STUDENTS:  Schedule remote appointments with your Handshake account, by calling 706-737-1604,  or by emailing Click here for a tutorial on scheduling your appointment in Handshake.

FUTURE STUDENTS:  Complete this form to get connected to your Handshake account: Future Student Request Form

  • VIRTUAL APPOINTMENTS are held using Microsoft Teams for enrolled students.  Download and learn more here. Alumni and recent grads can have appointments using WebEx.
  • PHONE APPOINTMENTS – Provide your phone number when scheduling your appointment.
  • VIRTUAL WALK-INS –10-15 minutes on Monday & Wednesday 9-11 | Tuesday & Thursday 2-4 | Fridays 2-3.  Log into your Handshake account to reserve a spot in the “appointments” section of your account and select “virtual walk-ins".
  • RESUME CRITIQUES – Send your resume to your Career Consultant or to  for feedback by close of the next business day

EMPLOYERS:  Post jobs for Augusta University students and recent graduates via our jobs portal called HANDSHAKE. Contact your Career Services liaison aligned with your specific needs here or call 706-737-1604 | email

Explore our online resources and contact us for assistance with your individual career planning or recruitment needs.

OpenPaws Professional Clothing

Students! Looking to revamp your professional wardrobe? Select and order FREE new/gently used items sizes 0-6 courtesy of the Student Support and Advocacy Office and Career Services. #JagsCare.

Career Assessments and Exploration Resources

Looking for Career Assessments? Find them here along with other resources to assist you in your major or career exploration.

WRP Registration opens August 24 and ends October 14

The WRP is a recruitment program for students and recent graduates with disabilities who are looking for internships or permanent positions at federal agencies. Learn more at


Understanding and Marketing Your Transferable Skills, Tuesday, September 29, 2:30pm

Do you know what employers are looking for? Attend this virtual session to learn about the skills you need to be a competitive applicant for any job.

JCPenney Suit UP!, Saturday, October 3, Virtual

EXCLUSIVE shopping event for AU students and recent graduates to receive 30% off plus additional discounts to professional clothing.

To receive your Extra 30% off coupon, text JAGS to 67292.

Savings available online or in store October 3, 2020.

Clarify Your Major and Career Plan, Tuesday, October 6, 5pm

Join Career Services virtually to discuss tools and resources that you can use to define and create your career plans or seek alternatives to your current major.

Educator Career Seminar, Wednesday, October 7, 5pm

Student educators! Come learn about teacher resume development, teacher interviewing skills, and teacher job search strategies.

Social Work Graduate School Fair, Thursday, October 8, 1 pm - 4 pm

Recruiters from various colleges and universities across the southeast will sit on a virtual panel to talk about and answer student questions regarding their MSW programs. This event will be open to all majors.

MPA Career Panel, Thursday, October 15th, 4 pm - 5 pm

Students, come hear professionals who have earned an MPA degree in various occupations talk about their occupations and how their degree has benefited them on their career paths.

Navigating the World of Networking, Tuesday, October 27, 5pm

This event is designed for you to learn professional networking skills like food and beverage management, introductions (self and others), conversation starters, and greetings.

AU Student Support for Remote Learning

This site is a comprehensive resource for AU students for online instruction, and includes student life information, support resources, advising information and more.

Career Services Career Guide

Your guide to major and career exploration and professional development. Explore this resource today!

Your Career Consultant Connections

Our staff is dedicated to providing quality career services to meet your needs. Reach out to inquire about student appointments and other Career Services resources at 706-737-1604 and

Graduating in the Age of Covid 19 Student Guide

The Washington Center is the largest and most established student internship program in Washington, D.C. They produced this resource guide filled with ideas and mindsets to help you manage launching a career in times of uncertainty.

Handshake Helpful Hints

Use your Handshake profile to apply for jobs, attend virtual events and make appointments with your career consultant. See instructions, tutorials and tips on how to maximize your Handshake profile.

Candid Career Videos

Watch thousands of videos about career fields that you didn't know existed. Watch videos of industry professionals sharing their job descriptions and preparation advice.

Big Interview Video Tutorial

Use Big Interview video and virtual tutorial to develop and practice interviewing skills with unlimited interview practice sessions.

What Can I Do with This Major?

Use this tool to research majors, common career areas, typical employers that hire in this field, and strategies to maximize career opportunities. Then Research Professional Associations, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Related Resources, and Employment Opportunities. within each major.

14 Things that Make Interviewers Face Palm

Congratulations for being selected to interview! This is your opportunity to demonstrate that you are the best candidate for the position. The interview is your chance to shine! Read this post to get ready.

Career Services Blogposts

The mission of the Career Services is to provide resources that help students explore career fields, plan career strategies, and obtain employment opportunities. Follow our blogposts for timely tips.

Student Success Stories

Your Success is Our Success! Read student success stories here!

Update Your Information Before You Graduate!

Career Services provides services and resources for up to 1 year after graduation. Update your contact information to maintain access to Career Services resources like Handshake.