University of Delaware
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Newark, DE 19716
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Finding a Job
Graduates will need to utilize a variety of methods to identify potential employers. The business, government and not-for-profit sectors use different means to advertise their positions and recruit new hires. Make an appointment with a Career Services Consultant to determine the best means to conduct your job search.
Students are expected to adhere to the National Association of
Colleges and Employers standards for Professional
Conduct in conducting their job search activities.
Participate in the
Resume Referral System by
resume in opt-in resume books in the "documents" section of Blue Hen Careers. Potential employers request searches of our resume
database all year round for candidates matching their job requirements.
Organizations are also able to use this system to search for candidates to
fill their available positions.
When you accept a job offer it is important to inform the
Career Services Center of your decision, because it affects your
participation in the Campus Inteview Program (CIP) and the Resume
You can inform the Career Services Center of your job offer by
clicking and completing a "Confidential Job
Offer Form" - All information is confidental and used only in reports
such as "Average Salary Offered by Major" and no students' names are
attached to the reports).
When you report your job acceptance to the Career Services Center you
also need to cancel any remaining interviews you had signed up for
through the Campus Interview Program (Blue Hen Careers).
Remove your resume from any online resume books you had posted
it in (including the resume books in Blue Hen Careers).