Career Services Resources
Looking for tips on job search strategies, resume writing and interviewing? Searching for organizations and companies recruiting individuals from your major? Career Services Center is distributing Job Choices Magazine for free. With Job Choices you can target specific organizations; indentify companies seeking candidates with qualifications; uncover "special opportunities," co-op/internships, organizations seeking experienced individuals, etc., discover career opportunities in any part of the world, and locate employer web sites.
:: Free Copy of Job Choice Magazines Available in Rotunda Room 105 or Cafeteria Lobby ::
JOB CHOICES: DIVERSITY EDITION
This magazine includes information that is vital to a successful job search, plus articles focusing on diversity in the workplace, including how to find a mentor, communicate in the culturally diverse work environment, adapt to corporate culture, and more. This magazine also contains information from employers offering career opportunities to new college graduates. Employer listings include candidate requirements, contact information, and more. Indexes: Opportunities; Employer Web Sites; and Employers Featured in Job Choices Series.
JOB CHOICES AND BUSINESS AND LIBERAL ARTS
Tailored to students in the nontechnical disciplines, this magazine includes information about career development and the job search, career opportunities in business, accounting, marketing, and other fields with employers across the country. Employer listings include candidate requirements, contact information, and more. The magazine also includes articles that focus on the job market and how to break in to various industries. Indexes: Opportunities by Employer; Location; Occupation; Special Opportunities; and Employer Web Sites.
JOB CHOICES IN SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
This career development and job-search publication is for the students in the technical fields, including science, engineering, computer science, and healthcare. Employer listings include such information as job candidate requirements, contact information, and more. the magazine also features articles about the job market for technical grads, engineering licensure, opportunities in healthcare, and alternative careers for engineering and science majors. Indexes: Opportunities by Employer; Location; Occupation; Special Opportunities; and Employer Web Sites.