Career Services personnel are available to work with you one-on-one to find the best job that meets your personal requirements whether that means location, size of firm or work content. Simply schedule an appointment with one of our staff members to begin the process or review the following information to help you formulate your strategy:
It is important to begin with a simple assessment of you.
The job search process has changed in the last five years. Consider the following resources to help you: Internet, local newspapers, public libraries, chamber of commerce, local and state career centers.
You may have heard it a thousand times but you'll hear it from our office too-"make finding a job your full-time job." Things to do as you are working on your job search include:
Identify the types of companies and geographic locations that interest you. Identify jobs via "job-lines" or web site information.
If you want to send a resume or inquire about a position but you don't know a name at the company, try the following strategy:
Looking for a job is a full-time job. Make those phone calls. Work a list of employers. Talk to everyone you know, or barely know.