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.
Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and its guidelines for career readiness, the key competencies taught through this program will provide students a successful transition into the workplace. Here to Career is much more than a job – but an opportunity to grow and prepare for the future.
Our students will be college educated and career ready. We are committed to providing real world skills to compliment on-campus employment in Student Life. This additional training will set our student workers apart in the highly competitive workforce.
Based on nationally recognized criteria from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Our program is for currently enrolled UB students working in Student Life units. Eligibility requirements vary by position type:
* Learn more about eligibility requirements for paid campus positions.
Student Life’s Here to Career on-campus jobs can range from RA (Resident Assistants) and Campus Dining & Shops associates, to peer mentors. Every department at UB is required to post their openings on Bullseye powered by Handshake, resulting in the most comprehensive list of on-campus student jobs. The NACE Career Readiness Competencies that are to be developed in that particular position will also be listed.
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.
Our On-Campus Job Fair is a chance for students to meet with on campus offices and departments looking to hire students for work study and student assistant positions. This event happens once a year at the beginning of the school year – the Friday of Welcome Weekend.