The best time to start preparing of your future career is now! Take advantage of the available resources to make the most of your college experience while also gaining the skills that will prepare you for future success.
BYU Connect, formerly known as Take-a-Cougar-to-Lunch, provides a unique opportunity for students to meet with an alumni mentor in a friendly lunchtime setting. With years of valuable work experience, BYU alumni are an incredible resource for all students. Whether you’re struggling to choose a major or seeking post-graduation employment, BYU Connect can help you expand your network, broaden your perspective, and make vital career decisions.
BYU Bridge connects BYU students and alumni to employers who recruit at BYU and alumni who are willing to provide advice and expertise. Search job listings, research companies, connect with alumni, apply for jobs, and join in on employer information sessions and workshops!
Handshake connects BYU students and alumni to employers who recruit at BYU and alumni willing to provide advice and expertise. Search job listings, research companies, connect with alumni, apply for jobs and join in on employer information sessions and workshops!
Meet potential employers and learn about career options you are interested in. Watch the BYU calendar for updates about when the next career fair will be.
To get the most benefit out of the career fair, you need to prepare early. Visit the Career Services web site to see the variety of ways they can help you learn to make the most of your experience.
Career Exploration Course (STDEV 117)
Sign up for this class to increase your knowledge, develop greater awareness of personal qualities, and increase your confidence and ability to make decisions as you progress toward making career decisions.
Allows users to search for careers directly and explore various aspects of life in each profession, such as: Job Tasks, Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities, Wages, Employment Trends, Related Occupations
Conducting your own informational interview is going be the most productive and beneficial way to gain insight into the professions you are interested in. However, if you would like to see some general interviews, feel free to visit www.jobshadow.com for some suggestions.
The department’s mission is to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere. This mission is shared with the USAID, ensuring we have a common path forward in partnership as we invest in the shared security and prosperity that will ultimately better prepare us for the challenges of tomorrow.
Explore careers, find a job, find out whose hiring, and develop in-demand skills. This web site introduces you to tools and information that can help you make informed decisions on career, education and training, and job options.
Kennedy Center Advisement
Sign up now to get weekly updates on available opportunities. The e-mail includes upcoming events, internship opportunities, club information, scholarship opportunities, Kennedy Center lectures, and more!