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Employment and Career Resources
The Career Services website provides links to on- and off-campus job postings as well as to career planning resources.
Some specific links related to career planning include the following:
Student Job Postings—Check out the current listings for Twin Cities student positions from the University's Office of Human Resources.
Career Services Offices—Most colleges and professional schools on campus have their own career planning office. See the Career Services website.
Center for Academic Planning and Exploration (CAPE)—CAPE provides personalized one-to-one coaching to help undergraduate students in their major and career decision-making process.
Career Development Program—University Counseling & Consulting Services provides individual career testing and counseling to help students focus on their job skills and interests.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduates—The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program gives undergraduate students and faculty members the opportunity to work together on research, scholarly, or creative activities.
Hire a University Graduate—Use one of the University's electronic job posting services contact college career offices to promote your job openings to University of Minnesota graduates. See the Career Services website.
Community Service-Learning Center—The Community Service-Learning Center offers advising and opportunities for volunteer experiences and service learning courses.
The MnCareers Parent Guide has information and activities to help parents, guardians and mentors of young people understand the changing worlds of education and work. The guide assists parents in taking an active role in their child's career exploration, the career development process and understand the realities of today's labor market.
The U.S. Department of Labor has developed The Occupational Outlook Handbook to describe the training and education for various careers, what workers do on the job, working conditions, earnings, and expected job prospects in the future.
Career Development Opportunities for Parents—Parents who are assessing their own careers can find assistance through the Career and Lifework Center at the University of Minnesota.
Career Planning Tips
Parents' Guide to Career Planning—General information on the career selection and development process, plus tips on how parents can help. Download this career guide presentation with helpful resources: