SNHU provides a plethora of tools for the students use to find careers and internships, whether a student is in progress with their degree or looking for something after they graduate.

Here are some of the options to help students find opportunities available to them:

CareerEdge is a great tool to find job opportunities and articles with tips on how to write a resume, or set up a LinkedIn profile. This tool is controlled by the Career Development Center and almost all of the counselors write articles to fit the student population’s needs at that specific time.

SNHU Recruit is a database where all of the jobs that are available to SNHU students are posted. This resource makes it easy for students to upload their resume and cover letters.

Students can even apply for the jobs through the website. This makes it easier for students to find jobs and internship available in the surrounding areas.

The Career & Professional Development Center is a great tool as well. There are counselors available to talk to students about their resumes, business cards, job and internship opportunities, LinkedIn profiles and more.

SNHU’s Career & Professional Development Center is there to help students better themselves and to help find opportunities to further their careers.

The Career Expo and the Career and Internship Fairs take place every year at SNHU. These events are directed by The Career & Professional Development Center to further peoples’careers.

During these fairs, 60 or more employers come to SNHU to show students the opportunities that they have within their companies.

All of these resources are provided to students though SNHU and are completely free of charge to use. Students may take advantage of these resources to get professional advice about their future career.

Rachel Dembek
Rachel Dembek is a degree in three Marketing major. She is the communications ambassador for the Career & Professional Development Center. She is also in Generation Equality and the Public Relations Manager for SNHU Drama.