- Schedule an Appointment
- Major/Career Exploration
- Internship/Job Search
- Graduate/Professional School
- Year of Service
- Resume and Cover Letter Writing
Internship and Job Search
The Career Services Center is here to assist you with internship and job search strategies. Additionally, we review resumes and cover letters, conduct practice interviews and discussions revolving around networking strategies and etiquette.
Reference the Job Search Guide for more in-depth information about the internship and job search process.
Searching for internships and jobs expands your knowledge of available positions and helps make the connection between your Marquette experience and your future career.
- Occupational Targets
- Career Research: Employers
- Utilize Handshake to search for internships and jobs
Networking with professionals in your field(s) of interest exposes you to industry information and is greatly helpful in beginning and furthering your career.
- Elevator Pitch
- Informational Interviews
- Career Fair Preparation
- Networking Guide (coming soon)
Applying for an internship or job could entail submitting professional documents, references and an application. These materials will provide an organization with the opportunity to evaluate your skills, abilities, accomplishments, and overall work history.
Interviewing is an organization's opportunity to evaluate your fit for a position and the organization as a whole. This is a prime opportunity to display your capabilities and qualifications. It is also your chance to determine if the position and organization are a good fit for you.
Internship and job search decision-making can include choosing an ideal position, geographical location, and evaluating compensation.
- Decision Making
- Salary, Negotiation, and Financial Matters