Jobs and Internships

Job Search

Doing a job search involves a variety of resources to find employment and internships. There are additional ways to find job opportunities other than using online job boards, such as networking and informational interviewing. The resources we provide are to help you get started looking for employment or internships. This page, along with our Job Search Strategies handout are good place to start to find job opportunities online, but we encourage you to meet with a Career Counselor for additional guidance.

Internship Search

An internship is a hands-on work experience helping you explore your major and career. Internships are also a great way to gain relevant experience in your area of interest to make you a stronger candidate for employment after graduation. Internships can be paid or unpaid, full or part-time, and taken for academic credit. The benefits of an internship is a practical, real-world experience providing an understanding of the industry and field of interest where you are able to apply your academic knowledge and develop new skills. 

For more information on internship searching, please review our Internship Checklist handout

On-Campus Jobs

There are many advantages of working on-campus including accessibility, flexibility, and making connections. To find on-campus positions you can use our Tips to Getting an On-Campus Job handout as well as Hire-a-Falcon, which is our campus-wide electronic job posting system. In addition to using Hire-a-Falcon you can visit departments and offices on-campus in which you are interested.

General Job and Internship Search

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