Connect with Our Students!
Cards CareerLinkis an online job 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 Center 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.
Information tables provide you with a valuable opportunity to discuss your organization’s job opportunities with students in our Student Activities Center during peak times.
Information tables are available Monday-Thursday from 11am-2pm. We ask that you place your request at least two weeks in advance by contacting Roxanne Gillenwater and posting your opportunity in Cards CareerLink.
Information sessions can be a formal presentation or an informal open house conducted on campus and are typically scheduled between 1 p.m.-4p.m. Monday – Thursday. The Career Development Center will assist you in deciding how you set up the event.
Please email Candace Lamb , Assistant Director of Employer Engagement, to determine the best date and time for your information session. We ask that requests for information sessions be sent at least two weeks in advance and available positions be posted in Cards CareerLink.
Tips for a Great Info Session:
- Provide a marketing flyer, position descriptions, and any details of the event, especially information pertaining to expectations, to Candace Lamb. Answer the question "why should someone attend this event?" This information can help us better promote your event!
An internship is a career-related work experience usually lasting one semester. Students learn by carrying responsible roles in an organization. Internships are found in all types of organizations, including non-profit agencies, corporations, government, policy institutes and neighborhood centers.
Internships are paid, while others are completed on a volunteer basis. Students may choose to obtain credit through their academic departments.
To learn more about our internship program, please contact Ron Burse, Internship Coordinator.