The IU Southeast Career Development Center is there to help students and alumni with almost every step of their career path start – resume and CV assistance, interview help, internship options, and more. Now, they're giving undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni paths to find employment.
A job board located outside of the Career Development Center in University Center South is one of the many ways the office reaches the IUS community. With the nine most recently posted internships, hourly positions and professional positions, the job board contains at least 27 different opportunities that are changed around every two weeks.
“Those jobs on the job board are just the tip of the iceberg,” Debbie Vietzke, the office service assistant senior and staff council secretary, said. “There are so many more jobs that they might even like more than those.”
With only 27 opportunities posted on the job board, Vietzke said that students are highly encouraged to also visit the Career Development Center’s website and use CareerLink to learn more information about the jobs posted on the board and view more employment options.
“They can log in to CareerLink themselves and look to see all of the jobs. The thing is getting students to look at the CareerLink database,” she said. “Even though on every one of those jobs it says, ‘please log in to CareerLink to see more information’ I don’t know if as many students look at it.”
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