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Career Resources

KU Career Services
We partner with the KU Career Services Alliance to provide career resources, support and programming to Edwards Campus students.

Business Career Services Center (BCSC)
BCSC assists School of Business students through career development programs and employment-related services. BCSC compiles a resource sheet of Edwards Campus resources, events and services each semester. Weekly career services emails and career advising over the phone are available. For more information about the weekly email or to arrange an appointment with a career adviser, please contact 785-864-5591 or bcsc@ku.edu.

Engineering Career Center (ECC)
ECC provides engineering and computing students information and resources to help navigate employment opportunities and career advancement. ECC hosts activities at the Edwards Campus each semester, as well as individual appointments by phone or Skype. Students receive a weekly School of Engineering newsletter via email outlining job opportunities, internship postings and upcoming career events.

University Career Center (UCC)
Career services are available through the UCC. Technology is used to enhance UCC access by providing distance learning workshops, self-direct­ed online resources and appointments via phone or Skype. Visit career.ku.edu to access these resources, and subscribe to KUCareerHawk.com Weekly to receive up-to-date career-related news and event information.

Opportunities of Interest for KU Edwards

Students, log in to KU Career Connections with your KU online ID and password for more information.

Employers, log in or register to post positions or register for events through KU Career Connections.




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