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Professional opportunities can be found on our industry cluster listservs (after you subscribe) and on DoreWays, where employers can post positions and schedule interviews with students on campus. To interview with employers on campus for internships and full-time opportunities, you must upload your resume into your DoreWays account prior to applying for a job posting.

A job posting is basically an announcement that a company has an open position. The posting may include the preferred or required education, experience or skills.

The first step to applying for a job is to compare what you offer to what they want. It doesn't have to be a 100 percent match, but you should determine if you are a competitive candidate before applying. The posting will help you determine how to write your resume and cover letter and potential interview questions that might be asked.

International students searching for jobs and internships should visit our Career Services for International Students page for answers to questions about employment.

Networking can turn up better leads.

It's true! Networking with friends and family will help you discover more — and sometimes better —opportunities than searching for postings online. Learn more about networking.

Studying abroad?

Review our frequently asked questions
about exploring and pursuing jobs and
internships while studying abroad.

The Center provides valuable online resources for searching for professional opportunities, including Vault Career Insider.

You’ll also find opportunities posted on company websites, aggregator sites (such as Indeed and Simply Hired), industry-specific sites (e.g. engineering, health care, nonprofit), college-specific sites (like College Grad), and niche websites that have a specific mission (INROADS).