** Career Development Services acts only as a referral service, and makes no particular recommendations regarding off-campus employers. Career Development is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. Due to the high volume of jobs received by our offices, we are unable to research the integrity of each organization, business, or person listing a job with us. Therefore you, the student, are urged to undertake this responsibility yourself. For more info, please see our full guidelines for usage. **
Step #1: Determine the Status and Pay of the Position
Step #2: Register in Eagle Career Link
Step #3: Posting your Jobs once Approved
Step #4: Select a Candidate
The Career Services staff has given hundreds of presentations to students both in the classroom and at RSO meetings about the job search. We cover information on resume and cover letter writing, effective interview techniques, job search and networking strategies, and salary negotiation tips.
According to research, one of the factors that most heavily influences a graduate's job search success is their ability to effectively market themselves to prospective employers. Make sure your students get the information they need to succeed in the competitive job market.