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CEHD seeking a Career Services Assistant- student position

CEHD Career Services is seeking a student staff member to join the team starting summer 2011.The Career Services Assistant provides support to the employer relations coordinator such as approving and following up with employer job postings on the U of M's online job and internship posting system (GoldPASS), assisting with office communications, marketing of events through career services blog and Facebook page, and additional duties as assigned.
CEHD's Career Services center prepares and supports undergraduate and MEd students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development to make well thought out decisions about their career development and job search by:

· Providing resources, individual appointments, programs, and presentations.
· Valuing differences and meeting students and recent alumni where they are in their own personal development.
· Creating and maintaining employer relations to enhance networking connections and recruitment opportunities for CEHD students and recent alumni.
· Collaborating with CEHD departments and the greater University of Minnesota community.

The CEHD Career Services is located in the Science Teaching & Student Services Building 411 (STSS building) and is part of the Career Services Center that includes CLA Career Services and the College of Design Minneapolis programs.

Application procedure: Please submit your resume, cover letter & three professional references through the online application system at and search for the job requisition number 171083
CEHD Career Services Employer_ Student Support position.docx

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