Students on Campus

Career Resources

Career Resources

Current Job Postings

Nittany Lion Career Network

This website can be used by all Penn State students and alumni to post resumes and search for jobs. Click HERE for the Complete Career Guide (Campuses Edition).

CareerBeam

Getting Started:

  1. Go to URL: http://cb.careersearch.net/login/?school_id=2218
  2. On the upper right side, click on Create Account - please use your Penn State email address
  3. Click on Where Do I Start (middle of the page, on the left)

Available to currently enrolled Penn State students and faculty/staff.  Please use your Penn State email to create an account. This incorporates CareerSearch access to help you research 60 million companies, 70 million industry contacts, in-depth industry profiles, detailed occupational intelligence, and firms in over 170 countries. 

Internships.com and Career Search are now housed in Career Beam. 

Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a career community where past and current employees have contributed over 5 million pieces of content on salary information, company reviews, and interview questions.  They have over 300,000 companies, in all industries, as well as over 15 million job and internship postings. 

Services for Employers

Networking Opportunites

Lion Link

This networking program matches you to a Penn State Alumni Association member who has volunteered to provide an informational interview about their chosen profession.

University Park Resources

Job Searching

Another useful method of locating an internship or employment opportunity is searching the internet. Many internship listings can be located by simply entering the word "internships" in a search engine page. The Career Services office recommends, and strongly encourages students to register on College Central Network. Here students and alumni can search for jobs and post their resumes. 

 


Job Posting/Company Verification Disclaimer

Read the full disclaimer which describes the shared responsibility among Penn State Career Services (including University Park and Commonwealth Campus career offices) and internship/job seekers in researching and identifying potential concerns about the legitimacy of employers and their respective postings.