Before You Search
Understand job search scams
Some organizations may try to take advantage of students with outright fraud. DO NOT provide financial information, send money, or offer to deposit checks, and be very suspicious of any work from home positions. See more details here.
Think about how you spend your time
You should be spending MOST of your time trying to network your way into opportunities by reaching out to faculty, other students, friends, family, acquaintances, and Oregon Tech alumni (you can find them on LinkedIn). Everyone should know you are
job-hunting! If you have a contact at company, you are MUCH more likely to get an interview.
Great Places to Start
Handshake is a national job board for college students and recent grads. It's a personalized job search experience, so the more information you provide the more targeted listings you will see. Questions?
See their 2-minute tutorials.
Indeed.com - The biggest job search engine pulls postings from all over the web, including company websites and niche job boards (those that focus on a certain industry). Explore the filters, and create
alerts to save time.
Google for Jobs - A simple Google search for "[your major] jobs" will now take you to a well-organized grid of opportunities. Be sure to include the word "jobs" or "internships" - a search for "engineering positions" will not give you the same result. Click "See all" to expand. Google does not index Indeed, so use them both.
ZipRecruiter - Growing quickly, definitely worth a look