Concordia's Career Services Office is your first stop for all things career-related. Here, you can find career counseling and career exploration using quality assessment tools and resources to help you discover and live out your vocations.
Concordia can help you find an internship to set you up for career success. Here are some things you can do to get started:
- Do some research and make some calls. Network with employees of the business or organization where you'd like to be an intern. Check websites for internship possibilities, but don't give up if you don't see something listed. Give them a call to see what could be arranged.
- Make an appointment with the career service counselor to look at other opportunities for internships and to learn how to search for internship opportunities on the JobZone.
- Meet with your advisor or department chairperson to discuss internship opportunities they may know about.
Your resume is your personal marketing tool. Give yourself the best opportunity to land that interview by marketing yourself effectively.
A job interview can come in many different types, but they are all designed to ensure you fit with the company and that the company is a good fit for you.
The goal of the Career Services Office is to provide you with a career roadmap and career strategies for finding career satisfaction and career success.
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