Warrior Careers is the new on-line, one-stop career portal for ESU students, alumni and employers. Employment and internship opportunities will be posted daily for the ESU community; students and alumni will also be able to access state-wide and national networks all in one convenient location.
Warrior Careers, our online career management system allows you to access jobs and internships, manage career documents such as resumes and cover letters, sign up for on-campus interviews. It includes a Career Development events calendar, job search database and the ability to create job agents that are emailed to you based on your criteria. Gaining access to Warrior Careers is free.
All ESU students should create a new account in Warrior Careers. Once you create your account, you will be approved within 24 hours and an email will be sent to you for authentication.
Alumni will use their former log in credentials previously used with the College Central Network. Some of your profile data from College Central Network has automatically transferred. However, your resume and portfolio documents did not migrate to the new system.
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Please contact your Department Chair or Internship Coordinator for internship qualifications and expectations in your major.
An internship provides real world experiences in a particular field or industry. It is designed to enhance your academic, personal and professional development and will help you in making a smooth transition from the classroom to the world of work.
Benefits of an Internship:
- Gain a competitive edge in the job market
- Opportunity to integrate your talents and classroom knowledge in the workplace
- Chance to “test-drive” your career interests and clarify your goals
- Helps to build your self-confidence
- Make valuable contacts in your field
How to Participate in the Internship Program
- Schedule an appointment with the Career Development Center or your Faculty Adviser to discuss your options.
- Prepare a great resume, cover letter, and develop interviewing skills by attending an interview training workshop or by practicing your interview skills with warriorcareers.
- Register at warriorcareers.esu.edu database that gives you access to all internships and jobs posted for ESU students and alumni.
- Prepare an internship proposal and review it with your faculty adviser
How to Obtain an Internship – Workforce Ready?
Internships are a great way to try out a career field, enhance your résumé with practical experience and make professional contacts. Internships also help you become socialized in the world of work. More and more employers are seeking internship experience when hiring candidates for employment. View our internship workshop on line and learn more about why internships are such an important step toward your future career.