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Capital Jobline is a service to Capital University students and alumni, providing information about internships and jobs that have been posted by outside organizations.
Check out our Student/Alumni Guide to learn how to use Capital Jobline to search for jobs and make resume review appointments.
In addition to step-by-step help in our booklet "How and Why to get an Internship", we keep track of many internships held by our students, so you can look for opportunities in those same places. Find opportunities in:
Accounting | Art | Art Therapy | Biology | Business Management | Chemistry & Biochemistry | Communication | Computer Science | Criminology | Economics | Electronic Media & Film | English & Professional Writing | Environmental Science | Financial Economics | Health & Sport Sciences | History | International Studies | Mathematics | Marketing | Music Technology | Psychology | Political Science | Public Relations | Social Work | Sociology
Senior Job Search HandbookNetworking: How to Get Your Foot in the DoorYour Guide to LinkedInHow to InterviewBehavioral Interview QuestionsDining EtiquetteWhat should I wear to the interview? (from Career Services at Virginia Tech)What is business casual? (also from Career Services at Virginia Tech)
US.jobsBridge: Worldwide Music Connection (contact Career Development for username and password)Federal, state and local government positionsUndergraduate Summer Research Opportunities (PDF) Ohio Means Jobs website: A guide to help students with their career search
indeed.comidealist.com – non-profit jobs and internshipsWayup.comSummer camp jobsCareers in college athleticsSports and live event jobsCareers for African-American college students Ohio Means Jobs website: A guide to help students with their career search