Job and Internship Searching During the Pandemic

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Resources for College Students

Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

During these challenging times, there are ways you can successfully search for a job or internship. We are here to help. 

Prepare: Update your resume with Optimal Resume; enhance your Handshake and LinkedIn profiles; write a cover letter; practice interviewing with Big Interview

Connect: Email us at cpdc@nichols.edu for a career counselor appointment; connect to Nichols College Networking – Bison Helping Bison  

Search: Utilize Handshake and CareerShift to search for Jobs & Internships; visit our Featured Jobs & Internships tab for current and relevant to majors openings

Apply: Make sure to tailor your resume and cover letter to each specific position; provide all documents requested; apply to all positions you are interested in

Employer Information: Check Out Who Is Hiring!

500 Companies Hiring Students on Handshake Right Now

Who’s Hiring During the Pandemic?

Candor: Who’s freezing hiring from Coronavirus 

LinkedIn: Here’s Who’s Hiring Now

Consider a Micro-Internship: Parker Dewey

Great Advice!

Essential Advice for Entry-Level Job and Internship Hunting During COVID-19

Got Laid Off? Here’s What to Do Now

Handshake’s “Get Hired Remotely” Blog: As more employers recruit college students online, Handshake has the tools you need to go from job search to just hired.

CPDC Webinar Series: Searching for Jobs and Internships During the Pandemic

Robert Half: Pro Tips for Video Interviews

Google Recruiters Say Using the ‘X-Y-Z Formula’ on Your Resume Will Improve Your Odds of Getting Hired at Google

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