Information and Resources

Graduating Seniors

Seniors, congratulations on your upcoming graduation from BVU! Please take advantage of these resources from Career and Leadership Development, and contact us if you have any questions!

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Companies Hiring Now

https://www.gradleaders.com/whos-hiring 

Are you wondering what companies are still hiring intern, recent grad, entry-level, and executive talent direct from college campuses today? Here are thousands of employers with active postings. Data is refreshed hourly to only show opportunities not yet filled or expired. 

 

Volunteer Iowa Service Year Opportunities

https://serviceyear.org/

A service year is an opportunity to develop real-world skills through hands-on experiences.  There are over 65,000 service year opportunities in a variety of issues all across the country, including several at BVU and in the Storm Lake community. 

 

NCDA Internet Sites for Career Planning

https://associationdatabase.com/aws/NCDA/pt/sp/resources

The National Career Development Association has a vast collection of internet sites that include the following information:

  • Self-Assessment
  • General Occupational Information
  • Industry and Occupation-Specific Information
  • Includes links to professional associations, which often include job boards
  • Free Training Opportunities
  • Financial Aid Resources
  • International Education
  • Employment Trends
  • Job Search Tools
    • Interviewing
    • Tools for Researching Employers
    • Job Search Instruction and Advice
    • Job Listing Sites
    • International Job Search
    • Salary Information, Calculators and Negotiation
    • Social Media

Graduate School Resources

U.S. Department of Education
https://www2.ed.gov/students/grad/school/edpicks.jhtml 

Go Grad: Preparing for Graduate School
https://www.gograd.org/graduate-school-guide-book/ 

The Graduate School Site: How to Prepare for Grad School: 32 tips for Undergrad Students
https://graduateschoolsite.com/prepare-for-grad-school/
 

Students at commencement ceremony