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IDS 3949 Course
Career Exploration Resources
How can you apply the impact you made on student organizations to your internship applications?
Do you want to declare a minor?
What internships seem like they are the right fit for you?
Have you built your network in target industries/organizations?
Are you familiar with hiring timelines and how to prepare for interviews?
your resume to reflect current experiences, projects, and coursework
individuals in your network via LinkedIn
your online image
Osprey Career Fair
your elevator speech
with contacts made through career fairs, coffee chats, information sessions, and LinkedIn
yourself with industry blogs and publications to further prepare for the job search
interviewing skills by doing a mock interview or by using
in On-Campus Recruitment if it is relevant to your industry interests
to internships, cooperative education, volunteer programs, or study abroad experiences relevant to you
for required entrance exams for graduate/professional school (GRE, LSAT, MCAT)
SLS 3408 Employability Skills and Career Success for elective credit while learning how to plan, organize and implement a comprehensive job search.