Search for a Job / Internship

Searching for a job or internship can seem like an overwhelming task for students. The OCE has curated many resources for you to use along the way to help you in your search. Consider first reviewing our Job Search Strategies Guide or our Internship Guide to get started and then explore more articles, job/internship postings on Handshake, and resources below.

8 Steps diverse students should take in April if they do not yet have an internship or other entry-level job

This article was originally written by Anita Jobb and was published on College Recruiter.

For as long as there have been colleges and universities, there have been students approaching the summer without internships or entry-level jobs. That goes for students …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Advisor
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Which jobs should you pursue as an international student?

This article was originally published on Interstride.

Being an international student comes with unique challenges when it’s time for job hunting. There will be many potential career paths to pursue, so having a sense of direction with clear goals will …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Advisor
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Job Search: Getting Your Dream Job After a Long Career Break

Many people take long career breaks to care for loved ones or reset their mental health. Others do it to travel, volunteer in underprivileged communities, or enroll in full-time studies.

Getting back on the job market can be stressful after …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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3 Tips to Find the Right Job as an Autistic Woman

This article was originally written by Amy Cramb and was published on Mentra.

This year, I surveyed just under 150 autistic women about their experiences, traits, and aspirations. What did I find? I found that autistic women are awesome!

​We have several …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Advisor
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The term Student Outcomes refers to undergraduate outcomes within the 6-9 months following graduation, providing a snapshot of Arcadia undergraduates’ success following degree completion. The data is collected through a survey distributed to students at graduation, and again in the months following, along with knowledge gained from faculty, LinkedIn, and phone calls to our graduates, in accordance with national standards. The knowledge rate of outcomes for each class was 86% for the class of 2022, 79% for the class of 2021, 81% for the class of 2020, and 87% for the class of 2019, though response rates vary among colleges and departments.

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