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Job Search FAQs

How do I start my job search?

Make an appointment with a professional staff member who would be happy to discuss job search strategies>

I need to write a resume. What do I do?

Make an appointment to meet with someone in the office to either go over how to write a resume or to have your resume reviewed.

How can I get listings of job openings?

Job openings received by the CDC are listed through College Central Network, which is an on-line resume referral and job posting system.  To access these posting on CCN, go to www.collegecentral.com/wju and register as a user.

Where can I get addresses of schools/companies?

Many resources are available through the CDC that contain addresses. A staff member can introduce you to these resources and show you how to gather the information you need.

Will the CDC find a job for me upon graduation?

CDC professionals will not directly find employment for students, nor is the CDC comparable to an employment agency. The CDC’s goal is to teach the process of job hunting so that you will have the skills needed to conduct a job search whenever needed throughout your entire working life. The CDC is committed to providing services and programs which help you learn how to find the positions you are seeking within your desired parameters.

Updated by AW on 9/29/06.  If you experience problems,
please notify us at the
Career Development Center.

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