Student Jobs

To find more than 1,000 professional jobs and internships, log in to AU CareerWeb. Looking for part-time jobs, neighborhood jobs, or want to work at AU? Start here.

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Resumes and Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Your resume has one purpose: to get an interview.

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Cover Letters

Write a cover letter that will make employers take notice.

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Writing Samples

Show employers that you can write professionally, clearly, and succinctly.

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Upcoming Events

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Fulbright Scholarship Info Session: Learn the Basics

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HireDC Alumni Only Career Fair 2018

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Job Search Intensive - For Graduating Students

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Career Resource Library

Settle into one of our fully equipped workstations with a free cup of coffee or tea and enjoy easy access to resources. Receive immediate support from our trained peer advisors. The Career Resource Library contains more than 400 books and 17 periodicals. Come browse our collection and check materials out for up to seven days.

Peer Advisor Workshops

Peer advisors are available for presentations in your classroom or at your organization's meeting! Topics include Building Resumes and Cover Letters, Internship Search Strategies, Networking 101, LinkedIn, and more.

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"This motivation has led me to major in International Studies here at AU. But my dream would not have been possible if I had not received the Boren Scholarship and the Rangel Fellowship. The Office of Merit Award has been the backbone in every single application process, and I am truly thankful for the constant support from my faculty mentors and the Office of Merit Awards."