Job & Internship Postings
When you are ready to search for an internship or full-time job, start with the links recommended below. However, remember that according to the Bureau of Labor statistics, nearly 70% of all jobs are never posted, but found through networking and personal connections. So, be sure your networking plan is up and running – make an appointment to be sure!
Select job and internship postings highlighted by Mihaylo Career Services. These opportunities are featured in our weekly e-Newsletter. Student log-in required.
Full-Time Job Postings:
Click Full-Time Job Postings for a list of jobs posted on Titan Connection for business students. To search and apply for jobs, you will be asked to log into your Titan Connection account.
Internship Job Postings:
It is highly encouraged for all business students to complete at least one internship before graduation (can be paid or unpaid, for credit or non-credit, depending on your situation). Click Internship Job Postings for a list of internships posted on Titan Connection for business students. To search and apply for internships, you will be asked to log into your Titan Connection account.
If you are considering an internship for academic credit, please consult your concentration’s academic department on specific requirements. Then, be sure to visit the Center for Internship and Community Engagement . to complete the appropriate steps to register your internship site and enroll in a class.
Departments and Centers & Institutes:
Many of Mihaylo’s academic departments and Centers & Institutes also post job and internship opportunities for our students. To learn more, please visit their websites:
Centers & Institutes »
Be sure to carefully read Mihaylo Career Services’ weekly e-Newsletter; it contains job and internship leads from both Titan Connection and external sources
Other good external job sites with broad reach (be sure to use key words to filter your search!)
Job Posting Screening: While the Career Center and Mihaylo Career Services do not knowingly accept fraudulent job postings, regrettably, false job postings may appear in our listings from time to time. False job listings are typically used to illegally collect personal information from job seekers or facilitate other forms of illegal activity. Thus, there are risks associated with responding to a job posting. Those responding to a job posting assume all risks of doing so, including the risk of identity theft, other illegal activity or physical harm.