Career Services has a variety of useful resources to help you find a job, create a resume, practice your interviewing skills, and much more!

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  • For general resume information (what to include, how to format, and much more), click here.
  • For sample resumes by major, key rules for resumes, and a general resume outline, click here.
  • Online Resume System - Enable the feature in Cat Career Tracks to allow employers to view your account. This feature will allow your resume to show up when an employer searches for specific criteria.
  • Attend a Resume Workshop - click here for a current schedule
  • To submit your resume for virtual review, you may upload your resume to your Cat Career Tracks account.

Career Guide:

  • Resume building
  • Part-time student employment
  • Job search hints for success
  • Preparing for a job fair
  • Online resume system
  • Deciphering the business dress code

Interviewing Resources

Click here for a list of frequently asked questions by recruiters during interviews.  

An interview cheat sheet can be found here

Cat Career Tracks

Cat Career Tracks is Career Services' web system. This easy-to-use system allows students and alumni to view and apply for jobs, see upcoming job fairs and workshops, and more! Employers are able to post and manage job postings, view resumes, set up recruiting dates, and more!

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Finding a Job

To find a job on-campus or off-campus, full-time or part-time, internship, or summer job, look in Cat Career Tracks.

Get fresh job postings delivered to your email. Signup is easy and automatic!

Remember to be smart when looking online for off-campus jobs - see "Spotting a Scam."

Finding an On-Campus Job:

  • On-campus jobs are posted in Cat Career Tracks. Log into your account to view open positions today!
  • On-campus job applications are available in the Resource Library in Cat Career Tracks and are also available to print here.

After You are Hired for an On-Campus Job:

  • Once you have been hired, there is important paperwork that must be completed with your employer within three days of hire. These documents can be viewed here.
  • The Student Employment Handbook was created to provide both students and employers useful information regarding on-campus employment.

Looking for an internship?

  • To begin your search, log in to Cat Career Tracks.  Once you find an internship, contact your academic department to explore the possibility of earning academic credit.
  • Download a Resource Guide for Internships, Co-Ops and Summer jobs.
  • For a helpful list of other websites to find internships, please click here.

Click here for a year-by-year timeline on what you should be doing to prepare for your career and job search.


View our list of job fairs (both on-campus and around the country), workshops (resume building, interview skills, job search strategies, and more), and see a list of those employers that will be recruiting on-campus.

Career Resources

Job Boards - Links to job boards; organized by major

Jobs in Michigan

Federal Government Careers

Michigan eLibrary - Career & job prep/search, test preparation, computer tutorials & more!

Pure Michigan Talent Connect

2012 Job Choices in Digital Format - Get resume & interview tips, links to employer websites, & more!

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