Career Connect: A Great Career Resource
Published on March 12, 2015 by jhendricks
David Martini, Broadview University-West Jordan’s Director of Career Services, wrote the following blog post about a great resource that’s available to all Broadview students. It’s a great example of our commitment to our students and their goals. Read more about David and what his office does for students at this link: http://www.broadviewuniversity.edu/west-jordan/staff-spotlight-david-martini-broadviews-career-services-director/
Are you looking for employment? It can be hard to find a new job, but Broadview University students have another option. Have you tried Career Connect?
Career Connect is an online job board that is exclusive to Broadview University Students and Graduates. There are new jobs that are posted weekly by companies that are located along the Wasatch Front. Employers are interested in the knowledge and skills we give our students, and interested in you! There are full-time and part-time position for all different backgrounds.
If you are a Broadview student and not seeing any positions that you are interested in applying for, there is still an option for you to post your Resume. By posting your Resume, different employers will have access to them around the clock. When employers browse the Resumes, this will give you an advantage over others who might be applying for the job.
You can visit Career Connect at careerconnect.broadviewuniversity.edu. If you are a current student there is no need to register because your current Campus Connect Username and Email will allow you to log-in. Not a current student, not a problem. You can still register for access to the site.
If you are having problems with Career Connect, please contact David Martini, Director of Career Services. If you’re having any other problems with your job search, help is available. If you need help with your Resume or other job search hints, feel free to contact David either at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to stop by his office.
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