Finding a Job

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Job Search Resources

  • Handshake – Your best source for job and internship opportunities
  • QuadJobs  Find short-term and local job opportunities
  • Finding a Job – We compiled a list of actively hiring employers and additional resources
  • Micro-Internships – Execute professional assignments to build and demonstrate skills while exploring a variety of career paths

Sampling of Job Opportunities

In addition to the thousands of opportunities posted in Handshake, check out these select employers actively hiring TU students.

Updated on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 / Next update scheduled for Tuesday, July 20, 2021

FULL-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

INTERNSHIPS

All of the internships listed below are available as remote internships.

Maryland

Washington, District of Columbia

Virginia                                                                                   

PART-TIME / LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES


Additional Resources

  • Candor – A real-time list dedicated to showing employer hiring statuses
  • 500 Companies Hiring On Handshake Now – This is a great link that lists 500 companies hiring students right now for some fantastic opportunities
  • The Muse – A large-scale continuously updating list of hot jobs spanning all industries and designed for new Career Launchers
  • Government Jobs during COVID-19 – USAJobs.gov, the Federal government jobs hiring platform, has compiled an updating list of positions, including entry-level for new college grads, that are targeted for immediate hire to help with the national crisis.  You can search by geographic area, level, etc.

Now that you have done some self-assessment, researched careers and have your polished resume in hand, you are ready to start reaching out to employers. Review the resources below and make the most of a career fair. The resources below will help you keep moving forward with your job search. Check out the job search strategies section for tips on how to conduct and effective job search. Searching for a job takes time and effort; so take advantage of all of the resources the Career Center has to offer.

“ Never give up! Regardless of how many ‘No's’ you get, there’s still a ‘Yes’ coming your way. Just know that hard work pays off. ”

Oyinkansola Bakave, Accounting Major

Use the additional navigation links to explore our job search strategies and resources.


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