Center for Career Development
Fax: (814) 732-2909
The Center for Career Development is committed to assisting students and alumni through the entire job search process. In addition to the resources below, students and alumni are encouraged to reach out to us for help so we can discuss their approach and help identify an effective strategy.
Our advice to current students? Start now! Researching occupations in your field will help you identify the key skills and experience required in your target profession and allow you to build your portfolio early in your college career. Seniors who want to have a job secured before they graduate should begin the search and application process in the first semester of their senior year.
HireEU: The Edinboro University Online Job Board
EU has a national network of employment partners that include both small businesses and multi-national corporations who regularly post job openings and internships to our students. These employers want to hire recent graduates, so this is a great place to start your search!
Career Coach is designed to help you find a good career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.
Job Searching Resources for Individuals with Disabilities and Differently-Abled
Business Strategies that Work: A Framework for Disability Inclusion
Resources Targeted to Diverse Candidates
African-American Professional Associations
Asian-American Professional Associations
Equal Opportunity Publications Inc
Gender Neutral Interview and Business Attire Guide
Hispanic and Latino Professional Associations
LGBTQIA Professional and Student Associations
Minorities Job Bank
National Employment Minority Network Inc
PA Business Leadership Network
The Black Perspective
2017 Top Diversity Inc. Companies for Diversity
Women’s Professional Associations