The Center for Career Development recognizes that you, as students, are at different points in your careers and may have various needs and goals. We offer the following types of job resources to help you develop your strategy and take your next step:
Additional tailored resources:
- College and Industry-specific
- Graduate Students
- International, Disability, Diversity and Veterans
Being Aware of Fraudulent and Scam Job Postings
The Center for Career Development serves as a referral source for jobs and other opportunities and generally cannot make specific recommendations regarding off-campus employers. The Center makes no guarantees about the positions listed by the office. The Center is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any others aspects of off-campus employment. While we expect employers to adhere to ethical standards, we are not able to research the integrity of each organization or individual that lists a job with us. Students and alumni are urged to ask good questions and use common sense when applying for any job or internships, particularly with respect to employment in a private home or other opportunities not affiliated with an established public or private sector organization. We encourage you to research prospective employers using resources made available by the Center, as well as other tools, such as the internet. For additional information, please review the Center for Career Development’s Fraudulent and Scam Job Postings Booklet.