Career Services

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Searching for a full-time job or an internship can be both overwhelming and intimidating. A well-crafted job search process takes time, preparation, and concentrated effort. However, it does not need to be a daunting process.

Today’s most successful job seekers utilize various job search strategies to stand out from the crowd — from establishing a social presence to utilizing job source platforms to targeting companies. We have guides, resources, and tools to expedite your job search as we introduce and steer you through an array of proven resources and methods.


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Job Search Sites




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Tips for the job Search

Before you start using these job-finding sites, keep these tips in mind so you make the most of your time and effort as you apply for jobs.

  • Follow the instructions in the job posting. For example, some companies may ask for a cover letter or writing samples. Be sure you provide them.
  • Set up job alerts on multiple job sites to get email notifications when new jobs are posted.
  • Always revise your resume to make sure it shows how you meet each qualification in the job posting.
  • When you see jobs posted online, apply as soon as possible. The earlier you apply, the more likely your application is to be reviewed.
  • You do not need to meet every requirement to apply. If you match 60% of what the job posting is looking for, apply.
  • Job postings can help you understand popular jobs and what employers are looking for. Use them to gather intelligence about skills needed and where jobs are available.
  • Be aware of scams. You should never provide credit card or payment information to get an interview. Some sites may require a subscription or payment for access to jobs, so evaluate the site before you decide to pay.

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Last Updated: 6/27/22