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The Career Center staff are available to advise on career and employment options.
Appointments are usually not necessary, but can be made by calling (435) 652-7737 or by coming to the Career Center located in the Holland Centennial Commons Building Room 531. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Strategies and techniques of career advisors are tailored to the specific needs of the person seeking help. It is likely that the career advisor will do one or more of the following:
- Administer and interpret tests and inventories to assess abilities and interests, and to identify career options.
- Conduct individual and group advising sessions to help clarify career options.
- Assist with resume devleopment, interview skills and job resources.
There is no charge for meeting with a career advisor.
Student Employment and Degreed Positions
For more information, please contact Andrew Skaggs.
CO-OP Work ExperienceOverview
Cooperative Work Experience provides a beneficial three-way partnership among the employer, the students, and the college. Through the Co-op Education program, employers have access to a pool of highly qualified students, who are eager to take on challenging assignments.
- Provides the opportunity to apply classroom learning to
practical problems on the job.
- Allows students to work with professionals in the field
they are preparing to enter.
- Students in these programs are generally more committed to
their academic fields.
- Co-op students and Interns are often exposed to advanced
technology and equipment in a learning environment that is not
available on campus.
- Students learn the competitive nature of the job market and
what is needed to prepare for the best career positions.
- Students get the competitive edge in the new graduate job market.
Students in these programs may earn college credit for working in a job directly related to their field of study. Co-op Ed and Internships can be full or part-time, temporary or regular, paid or non-paid positions at or near the entry level in any given field.
Both of these programs are successful ways for students to integrate their educational experience with paid work experience as they explore various career opportunities early in their college careers.
Co-op Education is an educational concept that relates the classroom to the employment community. Students with a designated major, vocational, or career interest are assisted in locating employment that relates to their classroom studies. Students approved in employment are eligible for academic credit based upon the completion of structured learning objectives.
Co-op Education is available in all divisions and is applicable to liberal arts as well as vocational-technical programs. To enroll for the Co-op Ed program, students should do the following:
- You must have a job. If you need a job, see the student
- Complete the Cooperative
Work Experience Agreement
- Make an appointment with the Cooperative Education Director (Karl Hutchings)
- If you qualify, you will be registered for the program and assigned to an advisor.
DSU's internship program offers students hands-on learning in a professional environment that is directly related to their degree. Employers have an opportunity to connect with motivated students, and it is well documented that companies around the world often recruit from their pool of talented interns. Visit our internship page to learn why completing an internship is a critical step in your college education and career development.
View internship opportunities here.
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This database will allows you to post full-time degreed
positions and internships, view resumes and portfolios of students
and graduates, and set up interviews all in one place.
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Listing OpportunitiesPost an Internship
Contact Lindsey Christensen for information on posting an internship.
Post a Part-Time Job
Listing a job with the Career Center allows you the option of
having your job opening posted on the Dixie State University student
employment online job board. Whether you are looking for
permanent career employees or temporary part-time student employees,
this free source of advertising is highly effective for students and
alumni from all academic areas.
The best way to list your job opening with the Career Center is to complete and submit the online job form. http://new.dixie.edu/career/form.php Your request will be posted to the online job board, as long as it meets the following requirements:
- Pay is at least an hourly rate of $8.00/hour.
- It is not a commission only job.
- It does not require up-front fees or purchases before employees can begin working.
- Employment does not depend on recruiting of others for income.
If you have any questions, please call the Employment Coordinator at 652-7737.
To take a listing off the website when a position is filled, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-652-7669.
This service enables you to interview qualified candidates who are
interested in career opportunities with your company or organization.
In addition to handling preparation for and scheduling of all
interviews, DSU provides individual rooms for employers to meet
privately with candidates.
You may choose to gain an overview of DSU students by interviewing representatives from a variety of academic disciplines or concentrate on recruiting for a specific opening.