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Have you ever checked out CLA Career Services before? They've got tools and resources to help you in your career search, and guide you once you've landed the job.

Looking for a job?
CLA Career Services can critique or help you write resumes and cover letters, do practice interviews, and advise you about all aspects of a job search.

Remember GoldPass for jobs and internships
The GoldPASS website contains thousands of listings for jobs and internships, including local, national, and international positions. GoldPASS is exclusively for U of M students and alumni. Make use of this excellent resource!

CLA Grants for the Summer of 2012
Do you have an unpaid internship this summer? Apply by June 13th! The College of Liberal Arts offers $1200 grants to a small number of CLA undergrads doing unpaid internships.

Interested in a Guide to Internships?

Whether you have an internship now or you'll be looking for one later, this advice will help.

Fall Career Classes

Whether you are exploring possible majors and careers, trying to determine what you'll do after graduation, laying the groundwork for a successful job search, or wanting to get the most out of your internship, we have career courses that can give you expert guidance. For a list of classes, see

Workshops & Career Prep

These 60-minute workshops are an introductory preparation tool. Make sure to check out their descriptions for workshops and a and complete schedule for workshops coming up. The next workshop will cover resumes and cover letters ( June 20th).

Want more information? Check out their website, email them at, call them at 612-624-7577 or stop in at their office at 411 Science Teaching and Student Services Building.

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