Students may work 20 per week when classes are in session at a variety of campus jobs in administrative offices, residence halls, public safety, the mail center, Physical Plant, or rec services, among many others. Check the online student job board for postings.
Internships, clinical experiences, student teaching, practica, research-based learning, cooperative education, and service learning are all forms of work integrated learning. The Career Center and your academic department can work with you to help you find a way to take what you've learned in the classroom and practice it in the real world.
The Career Center can help you transition to your professional life. The Center offers the Pilot MAP, a four-year career plan filled with tasks and information to help you perfect your networking skills, write a resume that gets noticed, impress in an interview, and land a fulfilling job. The College Central database is filled with job postings for current students and graduates.