If you're ready to start looking for a job, internship, or to start your career, this section will help you with all your needs. Click on the links below or at left to start.
Career Navigator is a tool available to assist BYU-Idaho students in their search for internships and career opportunities. Create a profile, upload your job-searching documents, apply for positions online, find career preparation workshops, etc.
Looking for a little extra cash? This page contains odd jobs and tasks listed by local community members who only need a student for a few hours or a few days. You'll find personal service needs like painting a house, helping someone move, raking leaves and yard work, etc.
Companies and organizations are frequently on campus recruiting students for jobs, internships and careers. Visit this page to learn more.
Several tips and suggestions to aid you in your search for employment, including where and when to look, and how to determine if a job is right for you.
A list of online services for job and career searching, including special LDS job search sites, and general sites like Monster, Yahoo Jobs, and several others.
An introduction to the purpose and importance of networking, and several guidlines and suggestions that will help you become an effective networker. Includes how to get started, how to carry meaningful and effective networking conversations, and other general tips.
Visit this page to learn about resources to help you network. Included are BYU-I specific assets such as the BYU-I Alumni Ambassadors, Discovery Fairs, and Hub Service Missionaries, and off-campus resources such as the BYU Management Society, LinkedIn, and LDS Stakes and institutes.