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Career Connections Overview
This is a powerful on-line connection between UAPB students, alumni and employers for job opportunities which includes internships, Cooperative Education, part-time and permanent positions powered by Symplicity.
Please check out what can be done with Career Connections:
- Upload your resumes
- View and apply for Cooperative Education, internships, part-time and permanent positions using
- Stay abreast of career opportunities and events sponsored by Career Services
- Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
- Sign-up for Employer Information Sessions
- Schedule an appointment with your career coordinator
- Register for Career Services’ New Student Orientation
- Research what you can do with your major
- Search job outlook and average salary ranges for your major or career goals
Click below to get started:
1. Enter your Student ID# as the Username*
(Must be 7 digits beginning with zero)
Example: If your student ID# is 123456, enter it as 0123456
2. Click Create Password to set your password
3. Log in and update profile
*Every UAPB student has an existing account, please do not create another account.
New User section is for Alumni Only.
Having trouble with login? Come by Caldwell Hall, Suite 202 or call 870-575-8461.
Check out the Careers by Symplicity mobile app
Career Connections is funded in part by a grant from the U. S. Department of Education, Office of Post-Secondary Education, Institutional Services Program (Title III, Part B, Historically Black Colleges and Universities Program).
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How to Register with Career Services
Registering with Career Services is easy….
Step 1: Submit your resume through Career Connection (See Submit a Resume)
Step 2: Schedule an appointment with the coordinator of your major
Step 3: Complete this Student Credential form and bring it to your appointment
We STRONGLY recommend that you watch the following 15 minute video created by Thurgood Marshall College Fund to determine common characteristic traits in your employment search. Look to see which character you are. Be prepared to discuss on your first visit.
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Submit a Resume
Style 1 – Two Addresses (Local/Permanent)
- Login to Career Connections
- Click Document tab at the top of screen, select Resume Builder, select Create New
- Delete or add sections (if appropriate) then click Save and Continue.
- Complete each section and Save and Continue.
- Select resume style:
Style 2 – One Address (Local)
Style 3 – Coop/Internship Experience
Style 4 – Education Majors
Style 5 – Medical School
Style 6 - Athletes
- Click View Doc then Save As
- Browse to select location where document will be saved
- Name the document (First name/Last name Resume) and save resume as a MS Word Document
- Click Upload then Browse (search and upload your document)
- Click Save
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Schedule an Appointment
- Login to Career Connections
- Click Request an Appointment tab on the home screen
- Choose the Career Coach of your
major (listed below) and select a date/time
- You will receive a notification
when the coordinator accepts the appointment
of Business and Management, School of Arts and Sciences
(Liberal Arts Units and Social and Behavioral
School of Education
School of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Human Sciences
School of Arts and Sciences, Science and Technology Units
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Cover Letter Sample
Chronological Resume Tips
Dress for Success
Secrets to Interview Success
Telephone Interview Tips
Student Credential Form
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Employers are checking out candidates on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media sites. Social media when used the wrong way can backfire and jeopardize a job offer or even your current job. It’s important to be careful and consider what you shouldn’t do, as well as what you should do, when using social media to job search. The information you post on these sites can be used to determine if you get that summer internship or permanent position.
When you're looking for a job or positioning yourself for career growth, it's important to have a professional online presence where you can showcase your skills and experience. LinkedIn is the #1 professional networking site used to develop your professional online presence during your job search process.
Getting started on your professional
profile on Linkedin is easy.
You can start by clicking here:
Your profile should contain:
- A professional headshot
- Contact information
- A link to your resume
- Your educational background
- Details about your work experience
- Relevant skills
- Any volunteer experience you may have
Once you have created your profile, you can use it to take advantage in your job search. Here’s how:
5 LinkedIn Mistakes That Could Hurt Your Job Search
- Join groups in your field of study or the industry in which you want to work.
- Connect with companies that you may be interested in. From there you can look at individual members to see what kind of skills and experience they have to determine what type of skills you will need to get in that position.
- Build your contacts by networking and connecting with as many people as possible. The more connections you have, the more likely you are to find a job, simply because you have a bigger network. That means your profile will get more exposure and you could hear about more openings. But remember to build your contacts with professionals in your field of study or the industry you are interested in working.
- Ask for and give recommendations to help establish credibility. Don’t be afraid to ask your contacts to recommend or endorse you.
- Read articles that give advice on how to find and get a job, important interview skills, and other advice relevant to job seekers.
- Don’t leave your sub-headline to read you job title. The sub-headline is one of several important areas that drive keyword density, so entice potential employers and recruiters to click on your profile by putting in a personal branding statement.
- Don’t leave the Summary blank. This section summarized your skills and experience and gives you the opportunity to further market what you have to offer.
- Don’t include others in your profile photo. First impressions are everything and your photo is critical. What you need is a headshot image that shows you well-groomed and looking forward with a friendly smile.
- Don’t accept every connection that comes your way. Connect with professionals in your field of study or the industry you are interested in working.
- Don’t make your LinkedIn profile private. You want employers and recruiters to be able to access your information.
Not sure how to get started? Click here for tips: How to Build a Great Student Profile
If you have question, please feel free to contact the Office of Career Services at (870) 575-8461 for assistance.
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