JOB & INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
When you have a fairly good idea of what you're looking for, investigate what opportunities are located in the part of the country you are interested in. Create a list of the ones that appeal to you. Research them online, familiarize yourself with their HR web site pages regularly for job openings.
We recommend that you begin your search for a full-time job at least the semester before you graduate.
Warriorcareers is the on-line, one-stop career portal for ESU students, alumni and employers. Get career assistance, search for local job openings, create and manage your resume, apply for jobs online, connect with employers, and learn more about individual services. Employment and internship opportunities are 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.
Additional Job Search Engines and Employment Databases
Utilize regional and national search engines to locate current job opportunities as well as post your resume on several sites.
Simplyhired.com is an employment website and mobile application and an online recruitment advertising network. The company aggregates job listings from thousands of sites across the Web including job boards, newspaper and classified listings, associations, social networks, content sites and company career sites.
Glassdoor.com is a place where past and current employees have submitted company reviews, salaries, and interview information, allowing job seekers an inside look at what it's like to work for a company.
Another great resource is MonsterCollege. MonsterCollege™ helps recent grads and college students find their first career. Whether graduates pursue careers in government, non-profits, service vocations, start-ups, or the corporate sphere – MonsterCollege™ will help you navigate the job-hunting process.
Search thousands of student internships and jobs for graduates on LinkedIn.
How to Apply for Federal Jobs with Michael Frederick Certified Federal Career Counselor. Learn the 10 steps to getting a federal job including how to navigate the federal jobs application process and what to present in a federal resume.