Get Connected to our Students
Increase Your Visibility at UofL - Looking for the best and the brightest new talent and the most efficient way to attract students to your organization? Read on to learn about the most effective strategies at UofL and how to make them work for your organization.
Cards CareerLink - formerly called Symplicity, is an online jobs database for students and alumni and much more. Use Cards CareerLink, free of charge to our employers, to post a part-time or full-time job, internship, or volunteer opportunity, register for Career Fairs and other Career Development Center events. Login and create your account today!
Career Fairs - your opportunity to connect to students in person or virtually, during a fair format recruiting event designed to connect you to UofL Students and Alumni.
Cards Career Partners - The Career Development Center depends on the support of our valued employers to help us better serve our students. Much of our programming and outreach is made possible by the generous contributions made by our Cards Career Partners. We invite you to become a Cards Career Partner in order to increase your visibility on campus and support the important programs and services that the Career Development Center provides to UofL students and alumni.
Cards Mentor Network - volunteer to serve as Cards Career Mentor. Simply create your profile in the mentor database and then share your career knowledge, expertise and network with soon to be grads in search of information about how to navigate their career.
Calling All Alumni - We need your help to connect the UofL Career Development Center to your employer. We can help your employer, free of charge, to recruit and hire new talent into your organization.
Upcoming Career Events
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University of Louisville, Career Development Center
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