Job and Internship Search
Career development is a constant, evolving process, and there is more to getting a job or internship than having or working towards a degree. Your education will open many doors, but it is up to you to obtain the employment you desire.
Campus Interviewing Program
Campus interviewing is your convenient link to employers interviewing on-campus and virtually for full-time and summer professional jobs. All current and matriculated students can participate in campus interviews through Handshake.
The majority of the employers who participate in this program project a certain number of hires for the current year and will come to campus during the Fall or Spring semester. It is extremely important to be aware of application deadlines so you do not miss any opportunities.
- Do your homework before interviewing. Read company literature and visit their website. RSVP and attend any information session a company conducts.
- Polish your interviewing skills. Meet with a career counselor or schedule a recorded practice interview.
- Interview Day. Arrive in Garey Hall (Rt. 320 & County Line Road) Interview Suite 10 minutes before the scheduled interview. Sign in at the front desk. Have a seat until the interviewer greets you. Attire for interviews should always be business professional.
- Second interviews. These are usually held off-campus and are arranged between the company and the candidate. The Career Center’s Employer Engagement Suite is available to reserve for your second-round virtual or phone interview.