Jobs, Internships, &
CareerLinks is the MGA online job board where employers post their career opportunities. There are also several other online job boards that may be helpful resources for job seekers. Remember to be specific about your skills, interests, and the industry desired. When applying, tailor your resume to each position. For more personalized assistance with your search contact the Office of Career Service, Knowledge@Work, or Click Here to view a list of additional resources.
MGA Students and Alumni click here.
Employers and Recruiters click here.
An online networking tool to find professional connections to recommended jobs, industry experts, and business partners. Basic membership is free and will allow you to establish business connections and apply for positions of interest. Click here to register (www.linkedin.com). You may also connect with the Office of Career Services via LinkedIn. Search “Groups” then request to join “MGA Career Services.”
Internships.com is the world’s largest internship marketplace bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location. Studies show that 7 out of 10 internships turn into full-time jobs so click here to get started with your search.
Employ Georgia is a secure, web-based system used to connect job seekers with job openings. Within Employ Georgia, Job Seekers can view job postings based on specific search criteria, save job searches, control the information an employer can see about you, research careers and information about employers and training opportunities Additionally, Employ Georgia may match you to jobs you have the skills for, but for which you may not have considered applying. So click here to start exploring.
The Job Connection
The Job Connection is a community resource center connecting job seekers with employers. If you are unemployed, under employed, or new to the community, The Job Connection is your first step towards a new job. Services include: Local and Regional Job Leads (updated weekly); Computers and Internet Access; Resume and Career Exploration Software; Access to Copiers, Printers, Fax and Phone; Employment Fairs; and Weekly Classes. So start connecting today.
Student and Alumni with Disabilities
As a student with a disability there are important factors for you to consider as you search for internships or employment or apply to graduate school. You may have questions about your rights, disclosure, accommodations and which laws might apply to you. Below are resources to help you in the career exploration and preparation process. This list is in no means exhaustive but will hopefully help you as you develop and achieve your career goals.
Bender Consulting, Inc.
Job Accommodation Network
Department of Labor Disability Resources
The National Organization on Disability
Student and Alumni Veterans
The Office of Career Services is committed to helping veterans and active duty students and alumni find meaningful and enjoyable employment. We offer a variety of services to help you throughout your education and as you transition into the workforce, such as choosing a major/career, writing a resume, learning job search skills, negotiating salary, or finding employment. Please also check out additional resources available to you below.
The Veterans Education Career Transition Resource Center (VECTR)
VA for Vets
Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS)
American Corporate Partners