Job Search & Networking
Searching for a job is a job in itself! It requires initiative and the use of targeted strategies especially in a tight job market. Networking is a critical aspect in the process that must begin early on. Research shows that most jobs are found through networking. It’s not only about what you know but who you know.
Finding the right job requires time to strategize and prepare for an effective job search. We recommend using a variety of resources and meeting with a Career Coach to discuss a job search plan tailored to meet your goals.
- Handshake - Iona's online career system, connecting you to internships, professional part-time and full-time positions.
- LinkedIn - The purpose of the site is to allow registered users to maintain a list of contact details (referred to as “connections”) of people they know and trust in business. The site can be used to build your professional network through introductions to new connections and to search for jobs/business opportunities.
- Indeed Job Search Academy – In partnership with Indeed.com, the Center for Career Development provides students and alumni access to a free online skill-building program series to help them excel in their job search.