Career Service Center

1. Under Graduate

  • Welcome to the Career Services Center!

The Career Center Components

  • Career Clinic – to provide career/employment counseling
  • Resources Center – to avail both offline and online information about organizations, available internship/voluntary and jobs, job search guidelines, CV and cover letter writing skills, interview skills and salary negotiation skills.
  • Career Week- to be organized once a year on the fall semester to familiarize students with career centerbyorganizingvariouscareerinformation,workshopsandexhibitors
  • Instructor’s Seminars-familiarizingteacherstothecareercentersothattheycantransmitthecareer centers objective.
  • Seminar and Workshops – the center organizes relevant career seminar and workshop through the year.
  • Career Expo – to be organized once a year on spring with seminars, workshops and internship/job fairs
  • Internship/Voluntary and Job Placement – actively assist students and potential employers to find internship and job opportunities.
  • Field Visit – Organize student tour to selected organizations.
  • Virtual Career Centers-avail career and employment information on web site, blogs and social media.
  • Quarterly Career newsletter- The career center shall publish quarterly career newsletter. The newsletter will be available both in hardcopies and online and it will be distributed to students and staffs
  • ProduceReport–producereportthatcanbeusedasinformationfordecisionmakingpolicies.

Purpose of Career Center

  • To provide career counseling services:  a process that helps students to know and understand themselves better and the world of work in order to make career, educational and life decisions.
  • The career center will help students and graduates prepare to enter the professional workforce and will teach them to be leaders by providing them both personal development and Career Development trainings and workshops
  • To provide students with free resources and prepare students for experiential learning (Internships and Jobs)
  • To assist students to develop their career plans, soft skills and job search skills from writing resumes/CVs to improving interview techniques with recruiters.
  • The career center will be a contact point where employers can find about prospective graduates in terms of list of candidates, verification and background check.
  • It will serve us a networking and information sharing
  • In the big picture, it will help to produce students with high employability skills which directly contribute to the youth unemployment problem in Ethiopia.

1.1.1. I want to explore my interest/area/ career/field

CSSH (College of Social Science and the Humanities)

  • Department of Ethiopian Language and Literature

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  • Department of English Language and Literature

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  • Development and Environmental Management Studies

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  • Department of Journalism and Communication

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  • Department of Music Arts

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  • Department of Theatre Arts

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  • Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

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  • Department of Psychology

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  • Department of Civic and Ethical studies

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  • Department of Sociology

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  • Department of Criminology and criminal Justice

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  • Department of History and Heritage Management

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  • Department of Gender and Development Studies

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  • Department of Social Work

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  • Department of Social Anthropology

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  • Department of Population Studies

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  • Department of Film and Television Production

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CNCS (College of Natural and Computational Science)

  • Department of Biology

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  • Department of Chemistry

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  • Department of Geology

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  • Department of Mathematics

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  • Department of Physics

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  • Department of Statistics

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  • Department of Sport Science

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CBE (College of Business and Economics)

  • Department of Management

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  • Department of Marketing Management

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  • Department of Economics

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  • Department of Accounting and Finance

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  • Department of Tourism Management

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  • Department of Hotel Management

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  • Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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  • Department of Public Administration and Development Management

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CART (College of Agriculture and Rural Transformation)

  • Department of Agricultural Economics

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  • Department of Horticulture

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  • Department of Natural Resource Management

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  • Department of Plant Sciences

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  • Department of Rural Development and Agricultural Extension

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  • Department of Water Resources Irrigation and Management

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  • Department of General Forestry

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CVMAS (College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences)

  • Department of Veterinary Medicine

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  • Department of Animal Production and Extension

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  • Department of Veterinary Pharmacy

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CMHS (College of Medicine and Health Sciences)

  • School of Medicine

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  • Department of Optometry

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  • Department of Physiotherapy

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  • Department of Health Informatics

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  • Department of Anesthesia

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  • Department of Pharmacy

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  • Department of Midwifery

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  • Department of Medical Laboratory

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  • Department of Heath Officer

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  • Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety

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  • Department of Nursing

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  • Department of Psychiatry Nursing

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  • Department of Psychiatry Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Midwifery (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Ophthalmic Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Emergency and Critical Care Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Pediatric Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Neonatal Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Operating Theatre Nursing (Post Basic)

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  • Department of Surgical Nursing (Post Basic)

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IOT (Institute of Technology)

  • Department of Architecture

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  • Department of Construction Technology and Management

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  • Department of Civil Engineering

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  • Department of Mechanical Engineering

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  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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  • Department of Hydraulics and Water Resource Engineering

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  • Department of Biomedical Engineering

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  • Department of Industrial Engineering

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IOB (Institute of Bio Technology)

  • Biotechnology

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FI (Faculty of Informatics)

  • Department of Information Technology

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  • Department of Information System

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  • Department of Information Science

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  • Department of Computer Science

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FI (Faculty of Education)

  • Educational Planning and Management

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  • Special Needs and Inclusive Education

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  • Adult Education and Community Development

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SL (School of Law)

  • Law

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 1.1.2    Internship/Externship Information

  • An internship is a great opportunity to get experience working for a company or firm that will enhance your skills in a particular area related to an industry of interest. An internship typically will last a fixed amount of time and ranges in length of time. Internships last for any length of time between one week and 12 months with renewal options. Internships may also be part-time or full-time. They are usually part-time if offered during a university semester and or it can be a full year stay in the organization.

The following points should be under consideration during inter/externship.

  • Identify relevant industries
  • Assign mentors
  • Organize interns’ project report
  • Feedback about intern’s report

 

1.1.3. I want to prepare for the Job search

Job Search Basics

  • Landing a career position takes time. Be patient with yourself during this process, keep an open mind, and capitalize on chance events as these can turn into job opportunities.  Candidates, who can define their career interests, demonstrate curiosity in a field through involvement in experiential learning, and have effective networking skills find the job search easier to navigate.

Identify Job Opportunities

  • Leverage your personal network. Let previous supervisors and other contacts know about your career interests.  When reaching out to them, be sure to demonstrate your desire and ability to help where you can, and ask them to keep you in mind if they hear of opportunities.
  • Take advantage of opportunities on-campus

Take advantage of opportunities on-campus

  • Career Fairs
  • Networking Nights
  • Employer Information Sessions
  • Access top companies through On-Campus Interviews

Access career resources for Veterans

  • International Students
  • Student support resources

Search job websites

  • Internship search engines
  • Job search engines
  • Go directly to the employment pages of company websites

1.1.4   I’m ready to find job

Identifying Job opportunities

Navigating Job Search Platforms

Diversity and equity Resources

1.1.5 I want apply to graduate school

Explore graduate and professional school application process

1.1.6 Career Assessment

The Career Center offers a variety of career assessments to meet your career planning needs. You may ask, “Is there a ‘test’ I can take to help me figure out what career is best for me?” While no tool can pick a career for you, career assessments can affirm your interests, personality and work style, values and skills as they relate to possible career choices. Stop by or schedule an appointment to talk with a career advisor to determine the career assessment best suited for you.

UoG-career center database is a database of fulltime jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and all on-campus jobs, including work-study. It is the access point to the Career Services Center’s online professional and career development tools and resources available exclusively to current UoG students. At UoG-career center database, students can register for events, submit CVs to employers; find out what companies will be represented at quarterly job and internship fairs, schools attending our popular graduate school fair, and much more.

  • My Career Tools

Different tools are hyperlinked. You will find references to these tools throughout the Career Service Center website.

Career Assessment and Exploration Tools

  • Career Leader

This self-assessment tool helps those interested in business careers measure and determine patterns of business-relevant interests, values and abilities. Career Leader helps you evaluate core business interests as well as what is important to you in a position or work environment.

  • Discover your Dream Career

Internationally, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® (MBTI) is one of the most popular assessments on the market. It is a powerful assessment instrument for revealing one’s personality type, identifying criteria for career satisfaction and providing possible career options. Step I and Step II assessments are available. Also, the Strong Interest Inventory ® (SII) is the leading career planning tool for those seeking career direction. It provides a comprehensive report of your interest patterns across a range of occupations and identifies some occupational titles that may satisfy your interests.

1.2.1 Job/Internship Application Tools

1.2.1.1 Resume

Content

  1. A) Objective: Tailor your objective to include elements of the job description for each job you are applying to.
  2. B) Education: Identify your degree, major/s, graduation date, and school. Include your. Don’t forget certificate programs and education abroad.
  3. C) Courses: Highlight course work that is relevant to the job you are seeking. Write the name of the class, not the course number.
  4. D) Skills: List skills relevant to the position. Include level of proficiencies for any languages and software applications. Also include interpersonal skills such as communication, leadership, teamwork. Back up your skills with specific examples or evidence.
  5. E) Experience: Think beyond paid jobs and internships. Present relevant experience gained from class projects, volunteer efforts, and other extracurricular activities. Include numeric results and outcomes of your work.
  6. F) Interests: Include activities, sports, or organization affiliations that may tweak interest or curiosity from the employer.

Formatting

  • Keep your resume to one page unless you have extensive related experience.
  • Organize headings so that the most important points are first.
  • Keep the formatting clean with sufficient margins, uncluttered copy, and an easy to read font.
  • Proof, proof again, and then give to a friend to proof.

Samples

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Cover letter

Addressing

Address the letter to a specific person whenever possible. Call the employer to get the correct name and spelling, the title, and address, email, or fax number. If no name is available, use a generic title such as Human Resources Manager.

Write each cover letter specifically for the company and/or position you are seeking.

Opening Paragraph

State the position for which you are applying and how you found out about it. If you were referred by someone indicate by whom, using the name of a contact or mutual acquaintance. In a summary sentence state your interest in the position and how you are unique fit.

Middle Paragraph(s)    

Tie your qualifications to what you know about the position or organization. Focus on your skills, education, and experience from your resume. Emphasize your strongest attributes that relate to the position. If you have any directly related experience or education, summarize it here so that the reader can be looking for it in your resume. Tell them why you are interested in this field or company.

Closing Paragraph

Restate your interest in the position and demonstrate how your unique qualifications fit the positions. Request an interview appointment, or tell the reader that you will contact him/her to see if you can schedule a mutually convenient appointment. Or if possible, indicate that you will contact the addressee at a specific date or time to arrange a mutually convenient appointment time. Thank the reader for his/her time and consideration.

Format

Use business letter format, block style, with everything beginning at the left margin. Keep it brief and concise. A cover letter is a writing sample. Proofread it.

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1.2.1.2 Curriculum Vita

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1.2.1.3 Interviewing

Effective Interviewing for Jobs and Internships

Learn the elements necessary for an effective job or internship interview.

  • Before the Interview

Prepare for your interview by getting your career goals in focus, identify your main strengths related to the job, and gather specific accomplishments to back up your skills. Research the company and review in advance the most common interview questions and behavioral interviewing techniques. Find out the dress code in advance and dress appropriately.  Here are some guidelines. Practice by yourself or with a friend.

  • During the Interview

First impressions count, so be on time, or even a little bit early, to allow yourself time to relax and feel comfortable.

Start strong by beginning on a positive note.  Listen for open-ended questions such as “Tell me about yourself” and respond with your main strengths and skills plus examples to back them up.  i.e.

“I think the most important thing I can offer you is…(main strength).”

“One example of this is…(specific proof).”

Send the right body language by relaxing and being you.  Sit straight, use gestures if they come naturally, and maintain good eye contact.

Speak clearly and concisely.  Keep your responses specific.  Ask for clarification if needed.

Let the interviewer set the tempo but be prepared to take the initiative if you’re not getting the opportunity to make your points.

Ask relevant questions (see sample questions to ask employers) to increase your understanding of the job.

Close positively, end the interview as you started it by emphasizing your main strength.

  • After the Interview

Write a thank you letter or email to all you interviewed with.  Add any pertinent information you might have left out of the interview and reiterate your interest in the job.  See a sample thank you note.

Keep an organized log of names and contact information along with interview dates.

Take any additional steps suggested by the interviewer, (completing an application, talking to others, sending a transcript or portfolio).

Ask about their timetable and follow up with a phone call.  Cordially inquire and reiterate your interest again.

 

  • Informational Interview

An informational interview is an interview you conduct with an individual in a job or profession of interest. Informational interviewing enables you to gain a better understanding of a particular field, job or employer.

What you can gain from informational interviewing:

  • Learn how to best approach a job application
  • Learn how best to present yourself to a particular job or profession; practice sharing your interests and enhance your chances of receiving an interview
  • Make professional connections and tap into the large ”hidden job market” - gaining an “inside sponsor” to speak for your qualifications
  • Become fluent in the language of the industry
  • Gather “inside information” to use when honing your resume and cover letter
  • Build your confidence in your career plan and ability to discuss your interests and how they match with a potential employer’s needs
  • Once you have identified an individual you would like to talk to, make sure you are ready to make the most of their time and information.

Before the Interview

  • Research your field to gain a basic understanding of the occupation so you can focus on questions that can’t be answered elsewhere.

Setting Up the Interview

  • Call the professional to request an interview following these guidelines:
  • Make it clear you are interviewing for information only and are not job hunting.
  • Ask for only 20-30 minutes and then stick to it.
  • Be flexible about when you can meet and, if a personal meeting isn’t possible, be willing to accept a phone interview.

Conducting the Interview

  • Dress in a business-like manner and be on time. Be prepared with your questions and a notebook in which to take notes. Ask questions such as the following:
  • What attracted you to the field?
  • Describe a typical day on the job.
  • What personal attributes, skills, and qualifications are needed to be successful?
  • What are the satisfactions and disappointments in your job?
  • What are the possible career paths and salaries at various levels?
  • If you had a choice, would you still enter this field? Why or why not?
  • What trends and opportunities are developing?
  • What advice would you give to someone entering the field?
  • Who else could you refer me to who knows about this career field?

Behavioral Interview

  • Behavioral interviewing is widely used in most fields.  Review the following principles and sample questions to prepare for your interview. Employers have identified specific behaviors/skills that are important to the job.  Their questions are designed to determine if and when you have successfully demonstrated those behaviors in your past.  Cite specific evidence/proof of your successes to demonstrate that your experience was pertinent.

Sample interview Questions

  • Prepare and practice for the interview by reviewing the most common interview questions outlined here.

Assessment

  • What are your long-range and short-range goals and objectives and how are you preparing yourself to meet them?
  • What rewards are the most important to you in your chosen occupation?
  • What expectations do you have in terms of earnings in five years?
  • What do you consider to be your strengths and weaknesses?
  • How would you describe yourself?

Attitude

  • What qualifications do you have that make you think you will be successful in this field?
  • What do you think it takes to be successful in our organization?
  • In what ways can you contribute to our organization?
  • Describe the relationship that should exist between a supervisor and employee.
  • What factors are most important to you in your job?

Your education

  • Describe your most rewarding college experience.
  • Why did you select your college or university?
  • What motivation led you to choose your major/field?
  • What college subjects did you enjoy least?  Why?
  • If you could, how would you have planned your academic study differently?  Why?

Knowledge of employer

  • Why are you interested in working for us?
  • What do you know about our organization?
  • Do you prefer a small, medium, or large organization?
  • What criteria are you using to evaluate the organization for which you want to work?
  • Do you have a geographical preference?  Why?

Behavioral questions

  • Tell me about a time when you had to organize a project under tight time frames.  How did it turn out?
  • Give me an example of when you had to deal with an irate customer/client.  How did you handle it?
  • Describe the last time you used teamwork to solve a problem.  What did you do and what was the outcome?

Job/Internship search Tools

  • Besides the information gained through online from the webpage of Career Service Center, the UoG also Library provides a list of resources to help you do quick company look-ups and/or create lists based on criteria to find out employers.’ Use these resources to research companies that you are interested in working for as part of the job preparation and application process.

1.3    Welcome to the Student Employment Office!  

Our mission is:

  • to build an informed student employment community
  • to maximize students on-campus work experience, and
  • to help students reach their career goals.

12 Career Readiness Competencies

  1. Critical thinking/problem solving: Identifies important problems and questions and gathers, analyzes, evaluates information from a variety of sources before forming a strategy, decision, or opinion.
  2. Research ability: Accesses and evaluates multiple sources of information, including text and images, and synthesizes information to solve problems and create new insights.
  3. Oral, written, & digital communication: Conveys meaning and responds to needs of diverse audiences through writing and speaking coherently and effectively, and develops the expression of ideas through written, oral and digital mediums.
  4. Teamwork/cross-cultural collaboration: Works with and seeks involvement from people and entities with diverse experiences towards a common goal, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills, respect, and dignity for others.
  5. Understanding global context: Demonstrates an understanding of complex global issues and systems, and how issues and actions have local and global implications for the future.
  6. Leadership: Takes initiative, demonstrates effective decision making and informed risk taking, and motivates and encourages participation from others to work towards a shared purpose and vision.
  7. Professionalism/integrity: Demonstrates integrity, honesty, dependability and ethical responsibility, and accepts direction and personal accountability.
  8. Self-reflection: Assesses, articulates, and acknowledges personal skills and abilities, and learns from past experiences and feedback to gain new insights and understandings.
  9. Career development: Accesses information and opportunities for career exploration, and understands and articulates the importance of transferable skills in the job search process.
  10. Digital information fluency: Demonstrates technological literacy and skills, and ethically and effectively uses technology to communicate, problem-solve, and complete tasks.
  11. Civic engagement/social responsibility: Participates in service/ volunteer activities characterized by reciprocity, engages in critical reflection, and appropriately challenges unfair and unjust behavior to make a positive difference in the community.

Innovation/entrepreneurial thinking: Synthesizes existing ideas and concepts in innovative and creative ways to develop new ways of thinking or working, and engages in divergent thinking and risk taking.

2. Employers and Recruiters

UoG-career center database is the centralized online job listing portal accessed active UoG students. Posting jobs exclusively at UoG is free. Post full and part time jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities to the UoG student community. Through UoG-career center, employers and recruiters also have access to registration and information on job fairs, graduate school recruiting events, on-campus interviewing, and more.

2.1  MAJOR LINKS/TIPS TO FIND A JOB

  • Ethio Job.net
  • Ezega
  • Qefira Jobs
  • Jumia Jobs
  • Employ Ethiopia
  • JOBS.ET
  • M jobs
  • nile jobs
  1. Faculty & Staff

The Career Services Center takes pride in serving and collaborating with UoG faculty and staffs to provide effective career planning, job search and professional/graduate school preparatory assistance to our students. As UOG faculty or staff member, chances are that students approach you with questions about choosing careers, connecting their majors to careers, finding jobs or internships (on or off campus), applying to graduate school or finding a full time position after graduation.

Career Center Staff

The Universities has the following personnel for the career center

  1. Career Center Administrator

Mr. Daniel Worku

E-mail: dany21worku@gmail.com

  1. Career Counselors

               Mr. ______

  1. Part time Office Assistant

              Mr. ______

  1. Web Technology and Social Media Expert

           Mr. ________

  1. Student Volunteers (Ushers)
  2. Mr. _____

Mr. _______

  1. Industry Engagement (UIL coordinators of UoG at College level)
  • Dr/Mr. ___________________(CSSH)
  • Dr/Mr. ___________________ ( FBE)
  • Dr/Mr. ___________________ ( CMHS)
  • Dr/Mr. ___________________ (CNCS)
  • Dr/Mr.___________________ (IOT)
  • Dr./Mr. __________________ (CVMAS)
  • Dr./Mr. __________________ ( FI)
  • Dr/Mr. __________________( FE)
  1. 4. ABOUT US

About the Career Center

The UOG Career Center helps our students determine and fulfill their career goals. The Center delivers a wide range of services across two particular units:

v  The Career Service Center (CSC) empowers students to develop and utilize their self-awareness, professional development skills, and proven resources to identify and pursue career employment and professional school admission.
v  The University  Industry Linkage (UIL) connects students with bona fide career opportunities, as well as experiential positions, including internships, part-time on- and off-campus jobs, work-study positions, and Peace Corps service.

The staff members of the Career Services Center are guided by five core values:

  1. We have a variety of valued clients – employers: industries, staff and students are our highest priority.
  2. We strive to ensure an equitable level of service for all students.
  3. We pursue staff training, strategic partnerships, innovative technology, and regular assessment to ensure that our services achieve optimal outcomes.
  4. We are courteous, compassionate, and to the greatest degree possible, give our clients personalized attention.
  5. We support each other and share our creativity, expertise, and talents with all members of our staff.

 3.1.   SERVICES

Career & Internship Advising

  • Meet individually with an advisor for help exploring career options, seeking internships, and planning an effective job search.

Online Career Development Tools

  • Access a myriad of powerful online tools. You will find references to these tools throughout the Career Center website.

Information Sessions

Attend panel presentations to meet and make contact with professionals in your chosen career field. Learn more about what career options are available. Hear professionals discuss their career paths, education, typical daily tasks, skills and qualifications.

Resources & Libraries

UoG Career Center features a specialized library filled with career, internship, and professional school resources. Knowledgeable staffs are available to assist you and some resources are available on online as well as on UoG libraries for research, job search and resume preparation.

Resume & Application Essay Writing

Use our resources to help you identify your skills and strengths, and learn how to present them effectively. Career advisors are available to critique your resume or application essay.

Job and Internship Listings

Access Uog website, UoG centralized online job listing database of off-campus jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and on-campus jobs (including work-study).

Job Fairs

The Career Expo will be held once a year preferably before graduation. The Career Expo that will run for a week will have different seminars and workshop to prepare students for finding jobs and internships opportunities. At the conclusion of the Career Expo, there will a two-day job fair. The job fair is a unique environment in which both students and recruiting organizations have the chance to meet face to face and interact on career opportunities.

Interview Preparation

Find out how to begin strong in an interview, how to communicate your skills effectively, and how to follow-up after the interview. It’s clearly described at MY Career Tools part.

 Professional School Advising

Want to go to graduate school? You can review web and library resources, attend workshops, learn about letters of recommendation, get your essays critiqued and get one-on-one advice and information on preparing for and applying to professional schools

Seminars 

UoG Career Center offers a series of seminars designed to assist with all stages of the career development process. The center will release up to date information about when and where seminars will be held.

Trainings

The center gives various continual trainings so as to make students equip with important skills and information. Major areas of the training are:

  • Career Planning and Job Hunting
  • Career Goal
  • Understanding the Work Place
  • Critical Soft Skills
  • CVs, Cover letter, Application Forms
  • Retention and Advancement
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Literacy
  • Students with Disabilities
  • Volunteering, Internship and Work experience

3.2. Contact Information & Office Hours

UoG Career Center is located: At Tewdros Campus

Main office: UoG, President Office, Office number: 37 (Temporarily)

Branches are available for professional counseling at each college of UoG

3.3. Reports

  • Quarterly

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  • Annual

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