Job Search Log– Stay organized in your job search by using a log to keep track of employer correspondence. Make copies as needed. This tool is provided to assist you in tracking your job search. You must treat your job search as a job. You must be diligent, persistent and patient in your search. Until you take your search seriously, you will not be taken seriously.

 

Job Search Engines:
Area Malls:
Neighborhood Websites with Business:
Careerrookie
Indeed
Careerbuilder
Monster
Backpage
Creativehotlist
Hound
Jobing
Snagajob
Simplyhired
Barefootstudent
Workinretail
CraigsList
Imagine my New Job
SouthSide Works
Ross Park
South Hills Village
Robinson Mall
Water Works
Waterfront
Monroeville Mall
The Mills
Downtown
Southside
North Side
Mt. Washington
Oakland
Lawrenceville
Strip Dist

TEMP AGENCIES:

Labor Ready
Express Employment Professional
Adecco
Callos

Sample Part Time Jobs:

Babysitter
Data Entry
Museum Assistant
Security Guard
Bank Teller
Tutor
Cook
Face Painter
Pet Sitter/ Dog walker
Server
Caricature Artist
File Clerk
Dishwasher
Stock
Restaurant Host
Social Media Assistant
Cashier
Hotel Desk Clerk
Retails Sales Associate
Buster/Barback

On Campus Positions
(WS) Work Study (NWS) Not Work Study

  • Cage Cave & Media Center Assistant (WS)
  • Library Assistant (WS)
  • Service Bureau Printing Technician (WS)
  • Ideas Newsletter Editor (WS)
  • Classroom Assistant (WS)
  • Tutor (WS)
  • Fashion Lab (WS)
  • Classroom Assistant (WS)
  • Tool Room Assistant (WS)
  • Tutor (WS)
  • Fashion Lab (WS)
  • ID Resource Room (WS)
  • Student Activities Coordinator (WS)
  • Career Services (WS)
  • Registrar (WS)
  • Education (WS)
  • Financial Services (WS)
  • Student Affairs (WS)
  • Copy Center (NWS)
  • Mail Room Assistant (NWS)
  • Resident Assistant (NWS)
  • Supply Store Sales Associate (NWS)
  • Accounting (NWS)
  • Office Assistants:

For more information about the Work Study program Click Here

Community Service Partners:

  • MLK Mural Project
  • YMCA

JobPro Apps

Their is 3 apps would prepare you for an interview

JobPro: Get Dressed!

In JobPro: Get Dressed! you get a chance to dress for your interview based off of tips and your general knowledge of the company. Seems easy? Not so fast. There are various factors that go into picking out an outfit such as the role you are interviewing for and the atmosphere of the company.

Make sure you leave a lasting first impression in your interview. Prepare outfits for interviews with 14 different companies and 42 positions. After you make your selection you will receive detailed feedback about the outfit you chose and its compatibility with the position you were interviewing for.

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JobPro: Get Prepared!

Getting to the interview prepared and on time is easier said than done, especially when trying to balance the demands of everyday life. In JobPro: Get Prepared! you are put in the shoes of someone who has just landed an interview. Congratulations! Now it’s up to you to use the time you have to prepare and get to the interview on time. Prepare for your interview by researching the company and printing your resume or relieve stress by playing video games and exercising at the park. It’s up to you what you do with your time. Just remember, there is an interview waiting for you.

In JobPro, preparation is key. Navigate across 8 artistic environments like the coffee shop, park, and library where you engage in activities that affect your preparation and stress. Challenge yourself by completing all 3 difficulty levels. Your resources and time are limited with each increase in difficulty. See if you have what it takes be punctual, prepared, and professionally dressed when you arrive for your interview. Remember to get prepared in order to get hired!

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JobPro: Get Hired!

You have mastered all the JobPro skills up to this point and now the hardest part is upon you, the interview. JobPro: Get Hired! is the third part of the JobPro trilogy and it puts you in the hot seat of an interview. Test your skills at more than just answering questions. In this game you need to control your avatar and keep him from nodding off, fidgeting, looking around the room, slouching, and much more.

Test your ability to address and fix these bad behaviors before the interviewer notices. After each interview check and see if you got the job. View your answers to the questions and also check out a detailed summary of how you did overall.

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*Once you are hired, remember to complete a student employment status form to update your records: Click Here*

For more information, contact:

Robert Mills
rjmills@aii.edu
1-800-275-2470
412-291-6271