Job Searching

Printable flyer on Job Searching

Job searching has changed a lot over the last decade. Most employers post their jobs on-line and only accept on-line applications, so job searchers have to have to be proficient with creating electronic resumes and navigating the web. However, job searching can take on many forms which include: networking, visiting organizations in person, reading the classified ads in the paper, going to job fairs, searching on-line, utilizing social media, going through an employment agency, etc. We recommend that you make use of more than one of these approaches in your search.

The Student and Community Engagement office can provide you with many resources as you begin your job hunting. We are also proud to offer JobLink Interface, our on-line employment board. To learn more, click on the JobLink Interfase "information" link. For assistance with job searching, visit Building 8, Room 8025 or call 937-512-2509. As you prepare for your job search, don’t forget to utilize the Student and Community Engagement office for assistance with your resume/cover letter. Additionally, once you secure a job interview, you can contact the Student and Community Engagement office to meet with staff to hone your interviewing skills.

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