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College Student "Start of the Semester" Resource List

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Internships & Student Employment

Employment Website: University of Minnesota's internal link to jobs, internships and other employment opportunities on-campus.

GoldPass: the U's link to jobs not only on-campus, but off. This website focuses more in internships, full time/part time professional positions and fellowships.

Springboard For The Arts: website dedicated to bringing jobs and internships to those interested or dedicated to arts, culture and community to the Twin Cities (and beyond)

Looking for a Job in Minneapolis/St. Paul catered to students? Snagajob.com is for you! Search for a job near you or browse through daily postings.

CareerJet.com allows for students to find jobs that fit with their work schedule and academic persuits. Look for both current postings for while your a student, after you graduate, or that special internship.


Health & Wellness

Boynton Health Services: So much more than a clinic and pharmacy, Boynton houses many student organizations, help/support groups, specific clinics (Women's, Eye, Immunizations, etc) as well as personal care such as massages, yoga/tai chi classes, dietary/personal fitness, etc! Go to their website for more information or to see what is covered by your Student Fees!

Aurora Center: Provides a safe and confidential space for students who are survivors of sexual assault and anyone who needs a safe place to talk or confide in someone.

Recreation Sports & Fitness Centers (both East Bank and St.Paul Campus): From group fitness to personal fitness, the Recreation Centers and Rec Sports have something for everyone!


Academia

Writing Center: Quite possibly be one of the best resources on campus. Everyone writes, they help you make your writing better.

Career Services Center: Not just for CLA students, anyone can utilize these fabulous people to jump start your passions to turn them into a career.

Center for Academic Planning & Exploration (CAPE): Still deciding on a major? CAPE provides individualized advising and career coaching that will guide you through the process of finding a major that is right for you!


Volunteering

You're looking in the best place (Volunteermatch.com: one of the best and most comprehensive websites for finding opportunities around the Twin Cities.

Just incase you thought I was lying to you about the fantastic things that volunteering does not only for the community but for yourself, read Fast Company's article on how volunteering can put you on a new career path.

Are you a University Department, Organization or Service and have resources you would like to share with students? Let me know! Share your opportunities or information with me at engage.umn.edu!

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