Each year hundreds of students and employers use our services and we could not function as effectively without the hard work and dedication of our student staff. In addition to making a difference in the lives of your fellow students, you will develop skills employers seek including written and verbal communication skills, the ability to work as a member of a team, adaptability, and the confidence to take initiative on the job. When you work at the Career Services Center you are preparing yourself for future professional success!
The Career Services Center seeks students with the ability to collaborate effectively as a member of a team, work independently and accept individual responsibility for projects or assignments, and effectively represent the Career Services Center to fellow students, campus departments, visiting families and employers.
Please see full position descriptions below to find a job in the Career Services Center that is the right fit for you! All applications are due by Sunday, April 11, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.
Career Services Center Student Employment Information Session
The info session will give attendees the opportunity to:
- Learn more about the Career Services Center; each position being offered
- Hear from current student employees about their roles and responsibilities
This is your opportunity to learn why CSC student employees truly love where they work.
Student Employment Opportunities
Click on the title of the position for a PDF full job description.
The intern is responsible for assisting students with basic career related topics such as resume, cover letter, and CV critiques; brief practice interviews; and job search related presentations. This position would be ideal for students who have career interest in counseling, education, human resources, higher education administration, social work or writing; with a genuine interest in helping others.
Approximately 8-10 hours/week
The intern is responsible for planning and executing comprehensive marketing plans promoting office events, resources, and services. Events include but are not limited to, career fairs, employer informational sessions, and CSC professional development events. Intern is expected to have a working knowledge of social media outlets including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Approximately 10-15 hours/week
Office and Employer Relations Assistant
The Office and Employer Relations Assistant is part of a team of students who provide administrative and project support to the Career Services Center. Each Assistant works with the Employer Relations Coordinator to highlight featured employer opportunities, contribute to the office social media efforts, and career programs as needed.
Approximately 10-12 hours/week
Research Analyst Intern
The Research Analyst Intern is responsible for running internally requested reports from various databases, preparing data for analysis, and creating user-friendly reports and dashboards for external constituents. Other act ivies related to data collection, preparation, and analysis as assigned.
Approximately 8-10 hours/week
*All positions, excluding the Career Intern position, can be applied for utilizing the Handshake platform. If you are in need of assistance with utilizing Handshake, please call the Career Services Center during Drop-in hours — Noon to 1:45 p.m. daily — for assistance.