How do you find the right job or internship? Whether you’re looking for full-time or part-time opportunities, on-campus or off-campus, you can count on the Career Design Center for advice and connections throughout your search.
Searching for a career beyond the academy is a daunting task. After years (maybe even a decade) of working towards a degree of specialty within your field, you have undoubtedly developed expectations and dreams for your future career. Whether you are still tethered to the idea of a tenure-track position, or you are open to exploring other career options, there are many factors to consider within your job search beyond the academy.
As a UB student, postdoctoral scholar or faculty/staff member, you have full access to Beyond the Professoriate, an online professional development training platform where graduate students and postdocs can explore career options and learn job search strategies to successfully transition into academic or non-academic career paths.
Want to spend a few hours a week working and getting experience? Possible.
Discover hundreds of part-time jobs from all over by using the "part-time" filter in Bullseye powered by Handshake. Just login using your UBIT name and password.
Internships are a great way to gain valuable experience while connecting to a career.
Interview Preparation Specialist with the Career Design Center
Open to graduate students standing in Higher Education, Student Personnel Administration, Human Resources, Business Administration or a related fields.
School of Management (SOM) Career Resource Center (CRC) Office of Internships and Experiential Learning
Open to management students interested in for-credit internships across the School of Management concentrations.
Public Service Internship Program of the Cora P. Maloney College
Open to juniors and seniors of all majors. All industries are welcome - not exclusive to public service.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
For engineering students looking for practical work experiences post-junior year.
Department of Communication Internship Program
Open to undergraduate students majoring in communications.
Experiential Learning Network (ELN) Project Portal
For undergraduate students to find challenging research and creative opportunities that match their academic interests and career goals.
Add an internship opportunity to your study abroad experience.
When conducting your job search, ignore jobs labeled "work-study". These positions are a form of U.S. government financial aid, and are available only to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents. International students are NOT eligible for Work-Study jobs. International students are also not permitted to work off campus without special work authorization from International Student Services (ISS) and USCIS.
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Looking for an on-campus job? Here's how:
The Career Peer Coach is a paid part-time position for undergraduate and graduate students within the Career Design Center. This position is designed to help develop new skills that employers want while getting a real-world experience in today’s job market.
Start building skills by:
November 30, 2022
Did we mention that Career Peer Coaches will get paid?
Career Peer Coaches will work one-on-one with students
An added bonus to all the skills that you'll be learning is that you’ll be able to lead by example and mentor other Career Peer Coaches.
Interview Preparation Specialist is an internship for graduate students within the Career Design Center. This internship is designed to provide interview preparation services for UB students and recent alumni.
Start building skills by:
Please check back in Spring 2023.
Did we mention that the Interview Preparation Specialist is a paid internship?
Experience Ambassador is a work-student position for undergraduate and graduate students within the Career Design Center. This position is designed to help develop new skills that employers want while getting a real-world experience in today’s job market.
As an Experience Ambassador you will:
Put your game face on.
Get professional advice for writing your resume, interviewing, finding a job and so much more at our popular “skillshops.”
Want a customized skillshop for your club, group or class, or have an idea for one, book a career workshop.