Eagles don't get jobs...they land a career!
Congratulations! You are visiting us today to take the next step in career development - landing your career. Review this page to acquire job search skills and strategies, that along with a personal commitment of time and effort, can lead to positive results.
Job Search Strategies:
•Conduct a proactive job search
•Locate job search resources
•Navigate online job boards
•Identify employer-centered "Green Recruiting" opportunities
•Connect through social networking
Job Search Strategies Checklist
A proactive job search begins with a plan. Start by reviewing a checklist as a guide to important job search preparation tasks.
College Central Network - Your CU Career Management System
Create an account on College Central Network to access the CU calendar of career events, career publications, videos and podcasts; search the CU online database of current part-time jobs, internships, summer/seasonal jobs, and full-time opportunities; participate in campus recruiting; create a career portfolio; or to make your resume available to employers seeking candidates for internship or employment opportunities.
Check the Career Calendar of Events
The Career Calendar provides information about career events, job fairs, and organizations recruiting on campus.
Learn about Organizations Recruiting on Campus
Learn about the Campus Recruiting Program, review the policies and procedures if you want to participate, and view the schedule of organizations recruiting Clarion students and alumni.
Job Search Links
Participate in Career Events and Job Fairs
Check out the events hosted or co-sponsored by the Career Services Center where you can meet employers seeking candidates for internships and full-time employment opportunities, representatives from graduate programs and recruiters for military agencies.
Connect through Networking
Learn about this important skill and how you can use it in your job search.
Check Employment Outlook and Trends
Disclaimer: The Clarion University Career Services Center serves a clearinghouse of information regarding job and experiential learning opportunities. The listing of a position or search engine should not be interpreted as an endorsement. The Career Services Center is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other various aspects of employment.
Students and alumni should personally research openings and organizations prior to submitting a resume to an organization or entering into any employment agreements.