Career Action Plan - 60
Second Year/60 credits
By the end of the second year, you should prepare for an internship opportunity, by:
2.1 Creating a professional resume
2.2 Expressing a personal, professional introduction and/or completing a practice interview
2.3 Identifying an experiential learning (internship) opportunity
What You Can Do
Oral and Written Professional Communication
Resumes: There are many resources for resumes online by simply searching the internet. Career Services also offers a resume workshop for groups. Students may have their resumes reviewed by a career advisor.
Interviewing: There are many resources for interviewing online by simply searching the internet. Career Services also offers an interview workshop for groups. Students may schedule a practice interview with a career advisor.
Interview Stream: Students log in with their CES netID and password. They can choose from thousands of interview questions, record their answers via webcam, and evaluate their own performance.
LDSjobs.org handouts: Interview Techniques, Me in 30 Seconds, Presenting Your Skills, Writing a Resume, Written Communication, and Working a Job Fair.
Experiential Learning (Internship)
Internships: The website answers most questions about qualifications and requirements to complete an internship for academic credit. Students may meet with a career manager for personalized assistance or to simply get answers to questions.
Career Bulletin: A Career Bulletin is sent out via e-mail every week by Wednesday and it typically includes information about internships, on-campus recruiting events, and information sessions. This is a great resource for finding an internship. Sign up for the Career Bulletin.
Academic Department Coordinator: Every academic department at BYU-Hawaii has a member who is the designated internship coordinator. They can provide direction and often have direct ties to internship opportunities.
YCareers: Our preferred employers will list internship and full-time opportunities in our on- campus job board. Make sure to have a professional resume approved and uploaded in order to take advantage of opportunities which arise.
On-Campus Events: Almost every month an employer/provider is on our campus recruiting students for internships and employment. Get connected with real opportunities.