Sep. 1, 2011
Shawnee State University's Office of Career Development has partnered with College Central Network to provide an online career service system to students, alumni and employers.
College Central Network provides a centralized web-based service that brings together the nation's college educated and emerging entry-level talent comprised of students and alumni from colleges and universities in the United States and connects them with their school's career and employment centers and employers seeking to hire them. Approved employers may post jobs and search résumés.
Besides including the jobs exclusively posted for SSU students and alumni, there are 530,026 jobs on the Jobs Central® national job board. Job seekers can create an online résumé with an easy-to-use resume builder and forward it to employers.
Jobs Central includes jobs from tens of thousands of unique sources, comprising all of the major job boards as well as newspapers, associations, and company Web sites.
Intern Central includes internships from tens of thousands of unique sources, comprising all of the major job boards as well as newspapers, associations, and company Web sites. You may view and apply to all internships posted on CCN's Intern Central. There are 19,887 internships on the Intern CentralSM national internship board.
College Central Network's technology is utilized by more than 550 college and university career and employment centers to manage student, alumni and employer/recruiter data and to automate and web-enable their career/employment center functions and processes.
The College Central link will also include information provided by SSU's Office of Career Development that will pave the way for first and second year students in selecting the appropriate career paths.
This includes advice about maintaining valuable connections with those who will assist students in making the right choices throughout their college years.
All services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at http://www.collegecentral.com/shawnee.