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Looking for Jobs on Campus

Last updated January 7, 2020

We understand that making it through college can be a financial struggle and many students have to get a job in addition to being a student. There are lots of resources to find jobs on or around campus. A great place to start is the Career Center. Here you can get help on your resume, cover letters, and interview skills. Programs like Handshake are fantastic for students looking for jobs. Handshake provides opportunities that are exclusively available to college students, ranging from part time jobs on campus to full-time to internships in various industries. To help you get ready for your Career Center visit, check out these resume resources.

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