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Community Job Openings

By: Career Services Center
Date Published: Friday, December 19, 2014
 

Are you looking for a job while you are in school or a job in your chosen field? Start by logging into your Hawkeye Job Board account to begin searching for these jobs.

  • Agriculture Farm Equipment Operator #3781817
  • Client Services #3783936
  • CNA, CMA, and Cooks #3785566
  • Community Relations Intern #3787613
  • Dietary Aide #3788130
  • Direct Support Professional #3785106
  • Graphic Artist #3783924
  • Income Tax Intern #3790718
  • Information and Assistance Specialist #3788648
  • Network Infrastructure/LAN Analyst Tier III #3787574
  • Sales Administrative Assistant #3788748
  • Shop Mechanic #3781817
  • Territory Manager #3783927
  • Welder #3780637
  • Plus many more opportunities!

More job resources.

5 Tips for New Graduates (or Anyone Else)

With fall graduation right around the corner, now is definitely the time to start ramping up your career preparation.

  1. Know your achievements, skills, and abilities. You have attended classes and perhaps worked and/or volunteered. All of these are fantastic skill builders; make sure you are able to identify what makes you great.

  2. Update and fine-tune your resume. Start with a master resume that includes much of the information you identified in tip number 1. From there, you will need to tailor the resume to each specific job to which you apply. One size does not necessarily fit all. This same advice applies to your cover letter.

  3. Connect, connect, connect. The best way to find out about a job is still through word of mouth. Connect and network with people in your chosen field of study by attending events and keeping in contact with employers, instructors, and classmates. Consider creating a LinkedIn account to help further your connections.

  4. Keep an open mind. Sometimes we need to start somewhere to get somewhere. Remember that your new entry-level position could lead to bigger things in the future.

  5. Stay positive and do not give up. Not everything happens overnight and while the job search can get frustrating, it is important to have a positive frame of mind!

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