FACULTY – COVID-19 Currently Asked Questions

Are there alternative assignments and learning opportunities for students taking internships?
I have a class assignment that includes my students coming to the Career Center for an appointment. What can I do?

Resume and Cover Letter 

  • Your students can have their resume and cover letter reviewed by submitting a Word document (.doc, .docx) to Please note, it may take up to 5 business days for their documents to be reviewed.


  • To complete mock interviews, you may make a virtual appointment via Handshake (learn more about Handshake at our Faculty/Staff FAQ page) or you can substitute the in-person mock interview with one completed with Big Interview.

All Other Appointment Types

    • Appointment types are available virtually and over the phone. Students can make an appointment via Handshake (learn more at our Handshake Student FAQ page). Please note, it may take 3 business days to be approved. 
Can I schedule a Career Center workshop?

Any in-person workshop that was scheduled during the university-mandated remote learning timeframe has been canceled. Workshop requests will resume when in-person instruction is permitted by the university. 

In the meantime, faculty/staff can use the following virtual workshop presentations:

Additional questions?

Feel free to email your career coach; you can find their email on the Staff page.  
If you do not know your career coach, or do not have one, you can email Casey Miller at .


Professor and student working in science lab
A TU faculty member is assisting a student with her lab work.

The Career Center is here to assist you in the career-related work you do with TU students, from hiring student employees and advising students on career options, to coordinating internships and classroom presentations.

Supporting Students: Faculty Tools and Resources

  1. Alisa Brock, Drama Mama Bookshop Owner (YouTube)
  2. Maggie Carter, Visit Baltimore Marketing Coordinator (YouTube)
  3. Steve Celano, Director & Cinematographer (YouTube)
  4. Jim Kucher, University of Maryland, Baltimore Program Director (YouTube)
  5. Iyonna Woods, Fancy Free Hair and Skin Owner (YouTube)

Hiring TU Students

Working with the Career Center

Career Resources for Your Students

Writing Reference Letters

Internship Guidelines and Resources

These resources will help guide your conversations with employer site supervisors and students so that all participants maximize the learning potential of the internship experience.