Career Services provides assistance for students and alumni seeking part-time employment during the school year, summer employment, and full-time employment following graduation. Career Services directs students to individuals who will assist them with career choices as well as assistance with résumé preparation, job search strategies and interviewing skills.
Students and alumni are also encouraged to join the Johnson College Alumni Group on the professional employment networking site LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com to connect with other graduates, students, faculty, staff, administrators and employers. Announcements of campus career events, career skill advice, job announcements, networking for jobs, developing a profile and requesting recommendations are some of the features of LinkedIn.
Career Fairs are offered on campus in the Fall and Spring semesters to give students and alumni more employment options and the chance to meet employers, discuss job opportunities and follow up with applications.
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Employers can visit campus to discuss career options, trends in their field, the hiring process, opportunities for advancement, and interview students and alumni for available positions. In turn, students tour their facilities for a greater understanding of the culture and working environment. Outreach to employers is essential to share current information about Johnson College program areas to determine the best career options for our students and alumni.
Information for Employers
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