If you’re looking for a job or new career, you know there are four stages. First, do your research on the job market. Second, find opportunities (jobs, internships, volunteering) in your field. Third, polish up your resume. Fourth, get prepared for your interview. Let’s get started.
Explore your career options — including specific industries, companies, job titles or salaries.
State of Oregon Employment Department
Current data on Oregon labor and job market projections.
Occupational Information Network (O*NET)
National tool for career exploration and job analysis.
Search for average salaries based on position and geographic location.
On Glassdoor, you can search jobs then look inside. Company salaries, reviews, interview questions, and more – all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.
If you’re looking for a job or internship, or if you know if an opportunity you’d like to share with fellow students and alumni, access the job board via the LinkedIn Marylhurst University Career Network. Open to Marylhurst students and alumni only.
Our Résumé Best Practice Workshops are offered quarterly, both in person and online. Check the calendar for our next dates. After you attend a workshop — or watch a recording of our latest webinar — you may request a personal resume review session. (Attending the workshop first allows us to focus on enhancing your resume beyond the basics.)
» Resume Resource Packet
» Cover Letter Resource Packet
Preparing for the Interview
Learn about different types of interviews, the importance of first impressions and building rapport, the STAR interview technique and active practice (for campus workshops).
» Watch the webinar: Preparing for the Interview