Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! It is time to celebrate your accomplishments and resilience to get to this exciting milestone!
While some of you may have solidified your plans, we realize that many may still be seeking jobs or trying to determine next steps. The past two years have presented unique challenges that interrupted plans you may have had to gain experience, leaving you feeling a little behind. Wherever you are with your search, the Pomerantz Career Center is here to help. Below are selected resources we encourage you to use. We look forward to working with you!
Stop by the Pomerantz Career Center for Senior Week!
May 2-6, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM daily
Grab some snacks, have your resume, cover letter or linked profile reviewed, get a headshot for LinkedIn, tell us where you are headed next or meet with career staff who can help with “what’s my next?” questions and resources!
Resources at your Fingertips
– Find and apply to jobs of interest include 32,000+ postings & 22,000+ full time jobs. We receive 2500-3500 new postings weekly, available from employers targeting UI students!
– Field specific resources, postings and career coach meetings
- View RSS feeds from Handshake filtered to show opportunities related to specific career fields
- Use more niche job boards and resources within the Job & Internship resources section to locate and apply to jobs of interest
- Schedule appointment with a career coach (in person and virtual options).
Check out short videos below and more on Candid Careers
– Discover employers committed to inclusive hiring and workplace cultures and other tips and resources
Be Resume Ready
– Get your resume and/or cover letter reviewed and ready to wow employers (in person and virtual options)
Practice interviewing with Big Interview
– You can review recordings with a career coach and ask other questions to help you land that offer!
Get Ready for Grad School
– Explore graduate school resources (planning timelines, gap year opportunities, etc.)
– What do Hawkeyes do after graduation (jobs, salary ranges, grad. programs, etc.)?