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How The Career Center Can Help You Find A Job

Last updated February 13, 2020

One of the best ways to prepare for finding a job is by taking advantage of your college's career center. At the career center, you can find jobs to work as a student, learn about internship opportunities, prepare for the beginning of your professional career, and get access to several resources to help you along the way.

Here’s a quick topic list of what the career center can help you with:

Preparing to Find A Job:

  • Write Your Resume – Get tips on creating an effective resume and cover letter.
  • Prepare for Your Interview – Everything you need to know about how to have an impressive interview and land the job after.
  • Interview Dos and Don’ts – Learn the proper etiquette required to put your best foot forward in your interview.

Working As A Student:

  • Your Campus Job Portal – Apply for full-time jobs, part-time jobs, work-study positions, or internships on campus.
  • Job Hunting Tips & Suggestions – Get suggested job-hunting strategies and networking practice.
  • Internships - Find valuable work experience in your field before graduation.

For a list of more career center resources, visit your college's career center website.

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