Student job postings
Students can use GoldPASS to search for jobs, internships, and other employment opportunities posted by thousands of companies and organizations
Features offered on GoldPASS:
- Sign-up for notifications about new job postings.
- Learn about on-campus interviews and recruiting opportunities.
- Create a profile and upload your resume that can be viewed by potential employers.
- Learn about and register for job fairs and other career-related events.
- Access to Professional Networking database to interact with professionals from a variety of fields and backgrounds.
- Access to Employer Directory, an online directory with information about organizations that post positions in GoldPASS.
- Access to Going Global to search for jobs and internships located in the U.S. and around the world.
- Access to Interview Stream, a leading practice interview system that allows job seekers the opportunity to see and hear themselves online.
For additional GoldPASS or career-related questions students should contact their college's career office.
Exceptions: Those who do not have access to GoldPASS are students in the Carlson School of Management ( they use a separate system, The Edge), non-degree-seeking students, newly admitted students who have not yet registered for their first class, and Post-Secondary Enrollment Option students. GoldPASS is available to Carlson School of Management students once they have graduated.
Career Services Offices
Center for Academic Planning and Exploration (CAPE)
Career Development Program
Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
Hire a University Graduate
The Center for Community Engaged Learning
The Center for Community Engaged Learning offers advising and opportunities for volunteer experiences and service-learning courses.
The MnCareers Parent Guide has information and activities to help parents, guardians and mentors of young people understand the changing worlds of education and work. The guide assists parents in taking an active role in their child's career exploration, the career development process and understand the realities of today's labor market.
The U.S. Department of Labor has developed The Occupational Outlook Handbook to describe the training and education for various careers, what workers do on the job, working conditions, earnings, and expected job prospects in the future.