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Inside Higher Ed's Melissa Dennihy wants you to be prepared. Here are a few suggestions for job seekers.
Every quarter a series of job search workshops on resumes, interviews, etc. are planned for Graduate students. Various counseling groups are also open to graduate students struggling on-going issues that may interfere with academic work. Review the Career Services calendar for dates and information.
Your user name and password allows you to browse part-time and full-time jobs by job functional areas. You can also preview upcoming company campus interviews (primarily in the fall and winter quarters), watch for information sessions presented on campus by our employers, store your resumes/cover letters as you apply for jobs, and track your internship progress. You can read more about GauchoLink on the website or come by the Career Services building to talk to our Career Reference Room peers.
No, you are welcome to utilize our printed resources located in a separate section of the Career Resources Room during regular hours. For quick questions, we also provide a drop-in advising service Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm in the same location.