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Center for Career and Civic Engagement Job Search

Job Search

Search For Opportunities

When searching for opportunities it’s important to explore all areas possible. Research industries, trends, search professional journals and websites and more.

Be sure to log into Handshake to search for and apply to available opportunities.  

Job Search Websites

The Moravian University Center for Career & Civic Engagement does its best to identify quality opportunities for our community, however, it is the responsibility of the student/alumni to vet jobs and internships to ensure legitimacy of the position/organization.  Always use caution and common sense when applying for any opportunity. If something seems suspicious, please contact the Center for Career & Civic Engagement right away.  For more information on best practices for safe job searching, please click here

A wealth of information exists online. Below are a few resources to get you started:

Professional Associations

Research professional organizations in your field of interest so you can connect to others, learn more about your chosen field. To learn more about professional organizations related to your career path, visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook and search for your desired career or career field.”

Staffing Agencies

Working with staffing/employment agencies in your area can help you obtain an advantage in your job search.  Here are some suggestions for working with these agencies:

  • Use employment services set up in the area.  Register with your local or state employment services.
  • Ask people working in the fields that interest you for leads.
  • Use temporary placement services (Manpower, Kelly, etc…)
  • Look online to identify organizations of interest.
  • Check classified ads to learn about employers expanding staffs.
  • Ask friends a few years ahead of you in school for their suggestions.

Interview Preparation and Practice

For many people, the most nerve-racking part of trying to find a job is the interview. You may not be able to control how an interview goes, but you can control how well you are prepared.

Big Interview, an online interview practice and preparation module, allows you to conduct an online mock interview and then review it. These interviews can be kept private or shared with a Center for Career and Civic Engagement staff member or a faculty member. Participants only need a webcam, microphone and a email address.

Other Online Resources

Search this site to learn more specific information about salaries in a variety of fields and industries.

Though it’s true there are specific times when your online reputation really matters, maintaining a positive online reputation should be a constant effort. A need for a good reputation could pop up at any time.