The Job Search

The Westfield State University Career Center's job database.  Search for full time jobs, on-campus interviews and upcoming job fairs!

Part Time Jobs Newsletter

Steps to the Job Search

Step 1: Explore Your Career Options     

Step 2: Develop a Job Search Plan                

Meet with a career counselor to design a plan specific to you and your career aspirations. 

a. Networking

  • Participate in networking opportunities like WSU Networking Nights, Young Professional Society events (region-specific) and  Chamber of Commerce meetings
  • The "Find a Mentor" tab within Career Connections allows you to search for Westfield alumni in your field of interest, so that you can contact them for advice, a job shadow, or even helpful tips in your search.
  • LinkedIn is one of the best ways to network online and build your professional presence.

b. Attending Job Fairs

c. Online Job Search

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d. Professional Associations

Professional associations maintain job boards, host networking events, and offer job searching advice specific to your field or industry.  

Step 3: Identify Employers

Business journals (Business West, Worcester Business Journal, Boston Business Journal), Yellow Pages, Buzzfile or even Google Maps can be a good way to identify companies in your field and location.  This step is more time consuming, but will generate additional job listings.