Alumni & Employee Career Center
Find career resources, request your transcripts, and discover opportunities to help current students.
Be career ready.
Once a Jimmie, always a Jimmie. That means the career support you received when you were a student doesn’t stop after receiving your diploma. Whether you just graduated, you’re looking to make a career change, or you want to help current students on their career path, we have the resources you need.
Where to start?
Consider completing a post-graduation survey. Your responses are sincerely appreciated and contribute to our knowledge of UJ graduates’ professional and academic outcomes.
- Post-Graduation Survey (for all grads, except graduates of the MED program)
- Master of Education (MED) Post-Graduation Survey
Use these career and resume resources to prepare for completing job applications:
Vault.com is an online career resource with tools including resume and cover letter building, rankings and reviews of top employers and internships, and data on popular industry trends.
How to find and apply for federal government jobs
Glassdoor provides an online database of company reviews, approval ratings, salary reports, and numerous other metrics as well as job postings.
LinkedIn provides detailed breakdown of salaries by job title and location.
Career Outlook is produced and distributed to nearly 60,000 students across North Dakota and the region by the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education (NDCTE) – at no cost to recipients.
- CAREER FAIR EMPLOYERS
Each year UJ holds a career fair in October.
Don’t forget to request your transcripts. The official University of Jamestown transcript includes both the undergraduate and graduate record.
Start your job search.
You have your degree, you’ve done your research and prepared your cover letter and resume. Now it’s time to start searching for a job. Check out these job postings which come from local, regional, and national employers. Also check out the job opportunities at the University of Jamestown.
Help a current student succeed.
Two great ways to help current students are to serve as a mentor and provide job shadowing opportunities. Each option gives students real-world experience, as well as the opportunity to ask questions and build their network.
Information for Employers
Employers interested in listing job, internship, or volunteer openings can send the position description to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once approved, the listing will be added to the internal bulletin boards.
Please include the following information in your position description:
- Company website
- Who to contact for more information or how to apply
- Job expiration date (Please note you have the option of posting jobs for 3, 7, 15, 30 or 60 days. If the date runs longer, you’ll have to re-submit the listing.)
Employers or graduate schools that are interested in having an informational table on campus can contact us at email@example.com. Please provide a couple preferred dates/times.
Need more information?
Department of Development and Alumni Relations
The Department of Development and Alumni Relations is open M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. It is located in the lower level of Liechty Center/Taber Hall.