Finding a job description
Providing a job description will allow your interviewer to better simulate an actual interview. Search online for an available position in a field that interests you. Copy and paste the description (usually the responsibilities and qualifications) into a Word document.
Here are some suggestions to assist you:
- Review the online resources related to your major on the Career Services web site
- Search through online job banks, especially those that focus on entry level jobs.
- If you have interest in a particular organization, search the employment section of their web site.
Not headed directly into full-time employment?
Participating in Super Tuesday can be helpful even if you’re not headed into full-time employment. Here are some other options:
- If you plan to complete an internship, feel free to submit an internship job description. (Find several helpful web sites here.)
- If you’re headed to graduate school, we can simulate an admission interview for you. Send us some basic information about one of the programs to which you’re applying.
- Considering full-time service? Send us a description of a service assignment that interests you. (Find several helpful web sites here.)
- Submit a description of a part-time or summer job that interests you.
Want to see a couple examples? Here are some descriptions that students have submitted in the past: