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Find a Job

If you're a student or alum embarking on a job search, you've come to the right place! EFSC Career Services can help you unlock a world of career opportunities tailored to your skills and aspirations. Explore a wide range of job listings, connect with potential employers, and take the next step towards your professional success.

Here are a few ways to get started:

If you have questions or would like additional assistance with your job search, please contact Career Services.

Weekly Local Job Listings

We want to help you find a job! That's why we highlight a PDF list of current, local positions available on our Handshake job platform each week.

View This Week's Job Listings (PDF)

Job Search Websites

Thousands of websites are available to jump-start your job search, providing information on current job openings in the county, state, or nation. Here are some of our favorites:

Hiring Events and Job Fairs

Hiring events, such as job fairs and our pop-up events we call Career Cafés, are an excellent way to meet with several potential employers directly. Here are some tips to keep in mind before you attend:

  1. Be sure to create or update your résumé. Need help? You can make an appointment at any EFSC Career Center.

  2. Complete your Handshake profile (and don't forget to upload your newly updated résumé).

  3. Prepare for interviews by reviewing our free Career Spots Videos and online Land That Job workshop.

  4. Dress to impress! Bring several printed copies of your résumé to distribute as you network with potential employers.

Upcoming Hiring Events

Additional Career and Job Search Resources

Discover our comprehensive list of resources to propel your professional journey! From job outlook and earnings potential info to career research sources, these will equip you with the tools you need to prepare for today's competitive job market.

Career Clusters
Researching career clusters allows you to identify pathways that exist within a career area.
FloridaShines makes it easy for you to learn about degrees, register for an online course, get your transcript, or check out a book from any of Florida's 40 state college and university libraries.
O*Net Resource Center
The O*Net Resource Center is a primary source of occupational information for job seekers, employment professionals, and others interested in exploring occupations.
Professional Latino Network
The Professional Latino Network is the perfect website for Latinos, Hispanics, Spanish speakers, and bilinguals who want to explore their career opportunities, find qualification-matching jobs, and achieve their highest potential.
Job Profiles
Get advice from real people who have submitted profiles of their jobs and careers. The profiles contain information about the rewards people get from their jobs, job stresses, challenges for the future, and advice for entering the field.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook uses career and occupational keywords to search the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics handbook for all types of information including future potential, salaries, required education, and much more.
Vocational Information Center
The Vocational Information Center is a free career exploration resource for job seekers who want to learn more about vocational and technical careers. Check out what skills employers want, find a trade school, research technical topics, and review the job market.