Finding Job in Business Law
Finding a job is a big project. Like any big project, it’s a daunting task. But it’s less intimidating—and you’ll be more successful—if you break it down into small pieces and clear steps.
- To keep the job search from being overwhelming, the first thing to do is to make a plan. View this presentation on how to make a plan.
- And you don’t want to go it alone. There are people standing by who want to help. Start with faculty. You can search for faculty in areas that interest you and make an appointment to meet them. Find them here. They can help you find other mentors too.
- There are tremendous resources available to help you at OCPD. You can get started with them using this link.
- Once you’ve gotten a better understanding of what you want to do, you can utilize the Pathways tool to get a sense of the entire picture.
There’s so much more to say. But the point of this effort is to keep each step small and manageable. Start with this. It’s a good start. Once you make your plan, you’ll know what the next steps will be.