Spring Career Fair held at Millikin University
Open to students and alumni of Millikin University.
Multiple job opportunities available in a wide range of career fields.
Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Where: Lower Richards Treat University Center
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
To view the list of registered employers, go to https://www.collegecentral.com/CCNEngine/LiveEvents/LiveEvents.cfm?EventID=2379
In the green section, click on "Search Employers" and then click "Begin Search."
To empower students to make lifelong, responsible and meaningful career and life choices in a global economy.
The Millikin University Career Center strives to:
- Teach Millikin students and alumni lifelong career skills so that they can develop & achieve career goals, thereby translating their Millikin experience into a lifetime of meaningful work and professional success in a global economy.
- Promote civic engagement and active participation in the community to assist students in developing the skills needed for a lifetime of democratic citizenship and service to others.
- Build relationships with employers and community organizations in order to offer students a diverse range of career and service options.
- Serve as a key campus resource for career-related data.
The Career Center is located in RM 103 in Shilling Hall. We look forward to meeting you!
Working on a Resume & Cover Letter?
Check out our Resume & Cover Letter Resource Page!
Contact the Career Center to set up and individual appointment to work on your resume or cover letter today!
Big Blue Jobs - College Central Network
Visit Big Blue Jobs - your site for listings of work study, part-time, and full time jobs, & internships. For current students, Access ID is your 8-digit MU ID, Alumni can create their own Access ID. Check out the following resources for College Central Network/Big Blue Jobs Tutorials: How to Register and Apply
Current Jobs for Graduates
Visit Current Jobs for Graduates to learn about job opportunities for graduating seniors and recent graduates. Contact the Career Center for the login and password
Check out Athlete Network, a resource for current student athletes and alumni who were student athletes.
One of the first things to do when looking for work is to decide what kind of work to look for. The TypeFocus website will help you do that through three career assessments. Contact the Career Center to obtain the access code.