Career services are available for employment following graduation or for part-time or temporary employment during the school year. Services include resume and credential file preparation, interview practice, and business etiquette, coordination of on-campus interviews with company representatives, and the ability to register with the active registrant list (for education students), which can be made available to employers upon their request.
If you have any vacancies that you would like to be listed please contact Deena Kennell at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 308-432-6467.
CSC Student Jobs
Student jobs are listed on the CSC Human Resources page.
All students in all majors are invited to attend the annual Career Fair. Recruiters will be looking for potential employees and interns as well as being willing to talk to students about their career fields. Those looking for career and employment opportunities are advised to dress professionally and bring resumes. Those looking to explore career fields are encouraged to come as well. All are invited to meet the recruiters who will represent a wide variety of career fields (excluding Education –see Teacher Interview Day).
Recruiters are asked to register to attend.
February 26, 2021
Candidates do not need to pre-register to attend the event. For more information contact Deena Kennell 308-432-6467 email@example.com
All graduates are asked to respond to the Annual Placement Report. The results of this survey are very important to Chadron State College so please take a moment to complete yours after graduating. Please see the Annual Placement Report for more information.
If you register as an Active Registrant, your information will be shared with the schools who contact CSC looking for a teacher with your degree. If you would like to use this service, please complete the form & return it to our office.
CSC no longer maintains credential files, but suggest that you set up your own Self-Managed Credential file.
The following information will help you set up your file:
Maintain & update your Self-Managed Credentials to keep them available when needed.
A good resume is imperative when seeking a job or internship! The resume shows your qualifications and hopefully gets you a job interview. Most employers spend less than five minutes reviewing resumes so make sure yours is outstanding!
Employers seek talented candidates who are creative, free thinkers. Keep in mind that a “fill-in-the-blank” resume undercuts the very image you are attempting to create. Suggestion: don't use a resume Wizard to create your resume. Instead, use the tips below to begin your new resume or to polish your existing resume.
Interviewing is both art and science. To be most successful, understand the process, prepare for known situations, and anticipate the next move.
The purpose of an interview between a candidate and a prospective employer is to exchange information. Candidates have particular qualifications, skills and strengths to offer and prospective employers want to purchase certain qualifications, skills and strengths that will fill their needs. Candidates and employers must be certain that the match is correct.
Information used by permission from Indiana University-Southeast.
|Deena Kennell, Director
Internships and Career Services
P: (308) 432-6467