How will a UB degree lead to a meaningful career? Through on campus work experience, Here to Career will prepare your student for success after graduation.
Using the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and its guidelines for career readiness, Here to Career will engage students in meaningful work that develops skills most valued by employers. Students will learn to reflect thoughtfully and describe working and learning experiences to employers in connection to their long-term career goals.
Our students will be college-educated and career ready. We are committed to providing real world skills to complement student employment. This integrated training will set our student workers apart in the highly competitive workforce and instill lifelong abilities they can carry beyond UB.
Here to Career on-campus jobs can range from Resident Assistants (RAs) and Campus Dining and Shops associates to lab assistants and peer mentors. Every department is required to post their openings on Bullseye powered by Handshake, therefore giving you the most comprehensive list of on-campus student jobs. Each posting will include specific competencies intended to be developed in that particular position.
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Through Here to Career, every department is required to post their openings on Bullseye powered by Handshake, therefore giving students the most comprehensive and diverse list of on-campus job opportunities. Each posting will include specific skills intended to be developed in that particular position, which supervisors will help align to specific career goals of working learners.
UB has its very own online job service. Student positions are posted on the Career Design Center (Bullseye powered by Handshake) website on a rolling basis throughout the year, with the majority of positions being posted in the beginning of the year. Students looking for on-campus employment should check back periodically.