Coyote Careers Upgrades Website to Help Students Alumni and Employers
A new system was launched over the summer with additional features to help with career exploration and job or internship searches. Employers and organizations can post internships and full-time or part-time job opportunities to Coyote Careers as well as review resumes and attend on-campus recruiting events.
The service is free to the employer/organization, students and alumni of USD. Work-study positions, graduate assistantships, internships, part-time jobs and full-time careers can be found in Coyote Careers as well as career exploration tools to help people decide what path they might want to take after college.
To create or update your profile, go to the Coyote Careers page on the USD website.
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