Once you have updated your resume and tailored your cover letter to the position, upload your materials to the posting in Handshake. (Make sure to read all the requirements, too. Some on-campus positions require a Federal Work-Study award.)
If a department is interested in hiring you, the department will contact you directly about the position. They may also want to conduct an interview. Come prepared with a copy of your resume, schedule of availability, and a list of questions to ask them.
Career Services is a great resource to help you create or edit a resume, tailor a cover letter or prepare for an interview!
Don’t forget that Handshake is updated weekly with new opportunities. Check back regularly for new postings.
All ’Cuse Works opportunities will help you to build skills that can be applied to positions throughout your career. The Student Employment Office works with all on-campus employers to ensure at least one or more of the ’Cuse Works professional skills or University Shared Competencies are built during your ’Cuse Works experience.