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Job Opportunities

The Office of Career and Professional Development provides an array of opportunities for you to maximize your job search. We encourage you to take advantage of our online job board, JOBSs, along with the On-Campus Interviewing Program, Informational Recruitment, and the multitude of other resources and tools available online and at the center. Career Coaches are available to guide you with your job search journey.

Finding a Job

JOBSs: Students and Alumni looking for full-time, coops, internships, part-time and on-campus student employment. This is designed specifically for Southern Connecticut State University students and alumni.
JOBSs includes the following features:
Access to thousands of jobs
Ease of use; all you need is a MySCSU account
Personal profile and academic information
Seamless document management of résumés and cover letters
E-mail alerts regarding specific jobs and upcoming events and programs
Opportunities to network professionally with employers
Comprehensive employer profiles

On-Campus Student Employment

A University Student Worker must be accepted to the university as matriculated and must be enrolled in courses. To apply for on-campus jobs: log onto JOBSs using your MySCSU login information. Once your profile is completed, you will be able to apply directly to departments looking for student help.
Employment Forms

Interviews on Campus

The on-campus interview program offers students and alumni a direct way to compete for job opportunities. Employers come to campus to interview for positions in a variety of fields. 
Look for emails and/or on our social media for dates & times.

Meet Employers On Campus

Informational Recruitment Tables: Employers representing various fields come to campus to present information about their companies and the career opportunities available. These visits allow students a chance to explore various career fields in an informal settingLook for emails and/or on our social media for dates & times of Information Tables.

Helpful Resources

Guidelines, Tips, & Websites
Career Planning