Today, we are linking up with three articles found this week that we hope will help with your job and internship search process. Now that Spring Break is behind us, finding what you will do after you walk across the stage if you are graduating and waht you are doing this summer if you have some more time at Baylor may be more at the front of your mind. Here are this week’s articles:
This first articles provides an awesome overview of how to plan out your job search strategy in an organized way. The author shares her personal experience and systems that worked for her.
We have recruiters on Baylor’s campus throughout the year, meeting and interviewing with students. The article offers an on-campus recruiter’s perspective on how best to shine and it doesn’t start your senior year. She definitely advocates networking with campus reps early in your college career.
This week’s third article navigates the sometimes unknown world of informational interviews and how best to navigate LinkedIn to discover people you can network with in your field of interest. Informational interviews are very useful in the career exploration process as well to help you determine what paths might be best fits with your interests, personality, skills, and values.
If you would like to visit with someone further about job/internship search strategies, on-campus recruiting at Baylor or informational interviewing strategies, please stop by the Career and Professional Development office in the west wing of Sid Richardson. We’d love to help you find that place that is right for you!