You've joined an incredible career network, full of job and internship seeking candidates and employers actively recruiting quality talent.
There are a variety of ways you can be connected to employers. These include career planning workshops, employer-branded presentations, industry panels, focused career fairs, and networking mixers. You might also be introduced to employers in person, via email, or through our online candidate directories (including your career profile).
The best ways to get noticed are to attend the various career events and build a strong career profile. We'll get you started with the career profile right now. Answering the following questions should only take about three minutes.
What's your major?
Oldest line in the book, but employers want to know what you're studying. While your major is not the end-all be-all of job recruitment, it's an indication of your academic rigor. Click here or the following graphic to add your major, minor, class year, and cumulative GPA to your profile.
What do you want to do with your life?
Perhaps more valuable than your major/minor, your career interests are of huge interest to recruiters. They want to know more about your goals, various roles/industries you're pursuing, and anything/everything else about our career aspirations. Click here or the following graphic to update your career profile.
But wait, there's more!
We won't inundate you with questions to answer right now...unless you want (if so, click here). We'll be in touch to learn more about your campus and chapter involvement. We also want to see your resume, as nearly every employer asks to see candidate resumes.
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Our goal is to be a driving force in connecting you to ideal career opportunities.