Full-Time Student, Part-Time Student Worker

By Dyllan Cook, Career Jack As my senior year of college steadily approaches I’ve found myself, on more than one occasion, reflecting on the time I’ve spent here at NAU. To put an awfully long story short, I’ve spent my time here at NAU trying to master what some may call the impossible: Figuring out … Continue reading Full-Time Student, Part-Time Student Worker

How to Begin a Career in Sustainability

Are you interested in a career in sustainability but have no idea how to start? Maybe you like the idea of working outside every day or want to go into politics to draft environmentally friendly policy. There are an endless number of fields you can explore that incorporate your talents and passion for sustainability. Despite … Continue reading How to Begin a Career in Sustainability

The Best Job Search Engines

Freaking out that you don’t have a summer job or internship yet? NAU Career Development has you covered. Check out our tried and true job search engines that help you narrow down job and internships to location, industry, type, and keyword.   Check out NAU Career Development appointments for help on your resume, cover letter, … Continue reading The Best Job Search Engines

A Taste of Sweet Endings

Last week my coworkers and I had the pleasure of attending a dessert tasting event called A Sweet Ending in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management. The tasting was for a class called Fundamentals of Cooking (HA243). The students are instructed by Chef Lecturer, Mark Molinaro teaches his students how to plan, organize, and … Continue reading A Taste of Sweet Endings

How to Land a Summer Internship!

Spring break is fast approaching and after that, summer will be right around the corner! So why not begin looking for summer internships now? Do it before summer actually creeps up on you and you are left without an internship or a job. Employers begin filling summer internship positions in the spring by opening up … Continue reading How to Land a Summer Internship!

And The Job Goes To….Someone Else: 10 Strategies For Staying Resilient In Your 1st Full-Time Job Search

Brittney Lane, class of 2014, landed her dream job as an Undergraduate Business Advisor at Cal State, Fullerton after completing a Master of Human Relations. What did it take to get hired? No less than submitting 100 applications, attending seven interviews, and working hard to stay positive during six and half months of a full-time … Continue reading And The Job Goes To….Someone Else: 10 Strategies For Staying Resilient In Your 1st Full-Time Job Search

Who is Coming to the Part-Time Job Fair: List of Employers

Northern Arizona University Part-Time Job Fair 2015 Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff Arizona Snowbowl Academic Transition Programs Youth in Action, Americorp CIE Follett (NAU Bookstore) Performance Staffing Little America Flagstaff Auto Owners Insurance Company Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock Grand Canyon Railway Civitan Foundation Inc. FACTS After-school Program SUN … Continue reading Who is Coming to the Part-Time Job Fair: List of Employers

5 Simple Tips on How to Navigate the Part-Time Job Fair

As you begin your Fall 2015 semester here at Northern Arizona University, you may be on the hunt for a part time job. Maybe you want to have a little extra cash in your pockets for your fun night out, or you have bills and rent to pay. Maybe your parents are pressuring you to … Continue reading 5 Simple Tips on How to Navigate the Part-Time Job Fair

Busted: Career Myths

Myth: My major limits me to jobs in only a few fields or industries. Yes, some fields require professional degrees, and yes, some fields are only open to people with a certain major. (For example, to work in a research lab you typically need a science degree, although there might be flexibility about which one. … Continue reading Busted: Career Myths

Leap Forward with Lumberjack Alumni Series: William Ladley, Class of 1973

William Ladley, Class of 1973 Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Organic Chemistry President of Freiborne Industries Inc. What was your career plan during college? Did this change once you graduated? “Original plan was to become an illustrator for science/science books. I started out with a major in art and a minor in biology. … Continue reading Leap Forward with Lumberjack Alumni Series: William Ladley, Class of 1973