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Optimizing Your Job Search

Landing a job or internship is a challenging process. Use the resources below to narrow down which opportunities to pursue and to create an application portfolio that shows your strength as a candidate!

Job fairs can be a great tool for opportunities. Use this resource to find job fairs in Indiana.


LinkedIn Jobs

Leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect with opportunity. Use LinkedIn Jobs to harness the power of your network to uncover insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.

GoinGlobal

GoinGlobalThinking about an internship or job abroad, but don't know where to start? Marian University students have access to a comprehensive database for jobs and internships both overseas and nationally called GoinGlobal. Today's successful job seeker needs every advantage to fast-track their search, make the right impression and land the job they want. Whether pursuing an opportunity across town or around the world, GoinGlobal is that advantage. Gain the competitive edge that helps students get noticed and get hired.

GSA logoGeneration Study Abroad is an initiative, launched in 2014, of the Institute of International Education (IIE) to mobilize resources and commitments with the goal of doubling the number of U.S. students studying abroad by the end of the decade. The initiative, which is timed to coincide with IIE's centennial in 2019, highlights IIE's commitment to study abroad and encourage purposeful, innovative action to get more Americans to undertake a meaningful international experience through academic study abroad programs, as well as internships, service learning, and non-credit educational experiences.

CandidCareer.com co-founder Billy Glading walks through several key tips to making the most of an internship!

Seeking an On-Campus Job or Federal Work Study?

See our Student Employment page to get started. Remember to leave 1-2 business days for your resume to be reviewed by an Exchange team member before you may apply for a position through KnightWork.

Guide to Earning Academic Credit for an Internship

The best approach for earning credit for your internship is to speak to your advisor and/or an Exchange staff member prior to the start of the internship so you know you are meeting requirements for academic credit.

Students in the Byrum School of Business are required to register their internship on KnightWork in order to receive academic credit for their work. Note that 60 hours of work per credit hour are required for approval. See our  Guide to Earning Academic Credit for an Internship for complete instructions and steps to achieve credit approval on KnightWork. For additional instructions regarding KnightWork, you may visit our Campus Employment page.

Get KnightWork on your mobile device to browse hundreds of current jobs and internship openings. 

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External Job Search Resources

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