On campus student employment can be found through Financial Aid
Part-time and full-time off campus employment is posted through the Career Center on the main floor of the Library Academic Resources Center (LARC) Rm 187 and the CareerTWolves Student Web site.
Learn how to capture the attention and interest of employers within 20 seconds.
The following links show samples of several different types of letters to use in your job search.
Participating in an internship or co-op program helps students:
- Decide if they have chosen the right career.
- Gain valuable career-related work experience before graduating.
- Become very attractive to employers in today’s competitive job market.
- Internship and co-op postings are available in the Career Center.
The Career Center works closely with academic departments to coordinate internship and co-op opportunities.