Preparation for your career begins the moment you set foot on our campus. Opportunities for using your talents are widely available and the Center for Career Services has the resources and staff to help you find them. We can only help, however, if you take the initiative, so stop by the Center for Career Services and take your first steps down the path to your dream job!
YOUR COLLEGE CENTRAL ACCOUNT AWAITS!
More than just a job listing service; create an account that stays with you throughout your years at Ringling College and beyond graduation. Login to view Career Services calendar events, recruiter presentations and portfolio review information, portfolio hosting, resume posting, and a host of career resources. Employers from across the nation along with local companies and individuals go here to post internships, call-to-entry contests and exhibitions, full-time, part-time, and freelance job opportunities in search of the talent available at Ringling College.
We encourage you to register for an account as soon as you are accepted to Ringling College. Submit your resume for review and begin building a portfolio on the College Central Network. This type of portfolio allows you to upload samples of your work to present to prospective employers as an online snapshot of your talent.
Choose from 24 College Central Podcasts for on-the-go access to more job search, career-related tips, and expert advice on key entry-level topics, including resumes; interviews; internships; and more. Now Available on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/career-central-podcasts-career/id511015691
Search jobs then look inside. Company salaries, reviews, interview questions, and more - all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.
Login or register now for your personal account on the College Central Network.
To view all opportunities posted for students just click - “Search for Opportunities Posted to My School" and enter "Ringling College" in the "company name" line.
TIP: Do not enter any other search criteria for the most comprehensive view of on-campus jobs search results.
Students may work on-campus up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. Jobs are posted throughout the semester, with the majority of opportunities being posted in early August. Hiring is determined by qualifications for the job and class schedule.
In order to work, you MUST have documents for Proof of Eligibility to work in the United States; your ORIGINAL Social Security Card for payroll. All on-campus jobs pay hourly rates above the national minimum wage and include an employee discount for the Ringling Bookstore.
Apply directly to the office or department found on the job listing. Print out, complete and deliver the following application to the correct office or to the Faculty Center. Applications are also available for pick-up in the Center for Career Services.
APPLICATION for On-Campus Employment
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Linkedin.com operates the world’s largest professional network on the Internet with more than 150+ million members in over 200 countries and territories. Create an account and start making professional connections as a student or graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design. Check out Linkedin's site for students and recent grads. http://www.linkedin.com/studentjobs
Learn about LinkedIn - 6 steps to learn why you should create an account and help you get started!
LinkedIn Etiquette - Think you can just use the standard LinkedIn request to connect and be successful? Not so fast!
First, complete your own profile as far as possible. Then, take your time and do some research on LinkedIn Etiquette and requests to connect before you get denied or ignored. Remove or customize the standard request “I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn” - and make your request authentic, polite and inviting to the recipient.
The individual you want to add to your network has most likely worked hard to develop their connections; give them a good reason to connect with you. Why are you requesting a connection or where did you meet? What do you have in common? Respect their professionalism and your own and begin your relationship on a good note! Find out about LIONs on LinkedIn! and more.