Job and Internship Search
Learn about best practices to search for jobs and internships, including specific resources and helpful tips.
Developing Resumes & Cover Letters
Develop a professional resume and cover letter to be submitted in a competitive job market.
How to prepare for an interview, stand out among the other applicants, and answer the easy and not-so-easy questions that every interviewer asks.
Graduate School Preparation
Considering grad school after the University of Maine at Presque Isle? If so, learn how to research the possibilities, apply, and prepare for further education.
How to Apply for a Federal Job
Tips for completing Federal Job applications.
Internships, Field Experiences, Practicums, Volunteer Opportunities, and Resume Building Work Experiences are all part of our Experiential Career Learning Program. All of these offer the potential for valuable learning opportunities outside of the classroom setting. These experiences can serve as a bridge between the traditional academic setting and the profession that our students aspire for. It is our goal at the University of Maine at Presque Isle for every student to gain at least one of these valuable experiences while they are a student with us.
Explore Majors and Careers
Not sure where your interests may take you? Explore our Majors and Careers to see the many possibilities. You can also stop by the office to start your job search efforts and learn about the positions available in the region, state and beyond.
This very unique job posting website works to connect college and high school students with emerging jobs in the Aroostook County region. Love this area and want to find a way to stay after graduation? Then this is a resource you’ll want to use!
The Maine CareerCenter provides a wealth of information and resources for those who are job hunting and career building. As a bonus, many employment and training services are offered free of charge, so be sure to check it out!
Please find below the opportunities that have crossed my desk this week. They may be of interest. I am simply relaying the information/opportunities. If you have specific questions, please reach out to the organizations directly. Clearly the listings don’t apply to every department, or every student, but it makes much more sense to compile one general list rather than trying to curate several department specific lists. Thank you for your patience, and if you are made aware of any opportunities you’d like me to share, please reach out and I will be happy to include them in the next email.