STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES AT CAREER SERVICES
The Career Services Center is always looking for motivated, energetic students to participate as part of our team. Find out about our exciting opportunities here!
WORK AT CAREER SERVICES
The Career Services Center (CSC) employs students in a variety of intern roles to help support the mission of the office. Our interns are invaluable members of our team. A strong emphasis is placed on the professional development of all CSC Career Interns.
HIRING PROCESS & HOW TO APPLY
Hiring typically takes place during the fall and spring semesters, for roles starting at the beginning of the following semester.
Positions will be posted in Handshake.
The Peer Advisors make-up the largest group of interns in the office. Their primary responsibility involves reviewing resumes both online in Handshake and in-person during our walk-in resume review hours. They perform a variety of tasks involving student outreach, career programming, resume critiques, and administrative support.
The Front Desk Assistants provide with coverage at both the first and second floor reception desks. These interns greet visitors, ensure students check in properly for appointments and events, and answer phone calls. They perform a variety of administrative tasks, in addition to providing smiling faces to the front lines of the Career Services Center.
The Social Media & Marketing (SMM) Interns assist with the marketing of services and events, as well as managing the social media platforms for the department under the guidance of the Marketing & Multimedia Coordinator. The SMM Interns must be proficient in Microsoft Publisher & Adobe Creative Suite to create marketing materials (invites, posters, flyers, videos etc.).
The Career Partnerships Student Assistant is responsible for employer research utilizing the internet, LinkedIn and various other research tools to identify potential corporate partnerships. In addition, the intern provides oversight of the Career Ambassador Program and performs record management duties to include analyzing and interpreting data as well as writing executive summaries each semester. Moreover, the intern is responsible for conducting resume critiques, and facilitating Career Services presentations in classrooms and to student organizations. This position assists with the set-up of career related events to include career fairs and networking events.
This position assists the Events Manager in setting up the logistics and managing inquiries for career fairs, information sessions, and other employer-related events on-campus. The Events Student Assistant is responsible for staffing a majority of the information sessions hosted throughout the year. Information Sessions are held in the evenings and typically last 1-2 hours. The student also helps employers set-up at events and assists in tracking student participation at events, particularly those occurring in the evening. This position additionally assists with the creation of different types of activities for employers to engage students in through RSOs and the creation of pre-career fair promotional events. Other tasks include aiding the Events Manager in data entry and management. Note: evening hours are required for this position.
CAREER AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
The Career Ambassador Program (CAP) is a volunteer peer to peer program. Career Ambassadors are committed to helping other students achieve their career goals by promoting services and career related programs offered by the Career Services Center. Career Ambassadors are responsible for serving as liaisons between Career Services and registered student organizations.
• Undergraduate students from all majors and backgrounds
• Outgoing and friendly students with great interpersonal skills
• Enthusiastic about helping other students achieve their career goals
• Promoting the University of Delaware Career Services Center to undergraduate students.
• Serving as liaison between Career Services and respective student organizations.
• Interacting with recruiters and students during special programs, job fairs, and other events.
• Volunteering during the fall and spring semesters for career activities.
• Identifying new employers interested in posting jobs, attending career fairs and participating in on-campus-recruiting.
• Build professional skills.
• Utilize career tools in order to achieve career goals.
• Gain access to free career information.
• Acquire transferable skills for your resume.
• Great friendships.
• Full-time undergraduate status at University of Delaware.
• Good standing with the Dean of Students Office.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Flexible, friendly, and a positive attitude.
• Reliable and dependable.
• Creative with an ability to generate new ideas.
• Attend mandatory weekly meetings.
• Participate in retreats twice a year.