Career Services

Blazing the trail to your next destination…

At the University of the Ozarks, Career Services is your bridge. For students, it is the bridge between you and your first destination. We will coach you every step of the way through assessments, career exploration, networking, summer jobs, study abroad, internships, job search strategies, and interviewing preparation. We will coach you through graduate school applications too!

*For passwords, please contact Career Services or Robson Library.
Art Search 
Click “Log in and find jobs”, under the ARTSEARCH heading on the right hand side of the homepage
The Careers College
Tools and resources for job seekers
Purple Briefcase
Check out jobs, events and career videos. If you have not previously logged in, please click on new user. A pending account will be created. That account is then approved by Career Services.
Current Jobs for Graduates
Current Jobs in Liberal Arts; Writing, Editing & Communications; Management & Business; Education; International;
Art; Performing Arts; Career News
Environmental Career Opportunities
Focus 2
Career readiness tools, self assessment tools, career path assessment tools, job searches, personalized career portfolio, and links to additional resources
Guide to Green Degrees
Local part-time, internship, and nationwide jobs posted for Ozarks’ students and alumni viewing
Current information on over 2,800 organizations offering internships and summer jobs
Click on “The Internship Series Online”
U.S. News 2008 America’s Best Graduate Schools
To access, follow the link and click “log on” on the right side of the page

Amy Wallace, Class of 2017

Major: English // Minor: Political Science
Career Path: Library Science via Graduate School

Amy will be spending her summer with The Reading Institute based out of Wilmington, MA, teaching children in Northwest Arkansas.  She has been accepted into San Jose State University Graduate School where she will be pursuing a career in library science.  Her undergraduate major in English and minor in Political Science enabled her to land an internship as a rising senior, with For Love of Children through the TFAS program in Washington, DC.  “Career Services helped me see what opportunities were available; especially the career profile in the CareerCorner each week.”


Alex Pride, Class of 2017

Major: Radio/Television/Video
Career Path: WRP Intern

Alex interned at the McConnell Air Force Refueling Base in Wichita, Kansas. By participating in the Workforce Recruiting Program, geared towards students with disabilities, Alex was able to land a phone interview on-campus which led to a great Summer Intern position working in the Legal Department. “Career Services was instrumental in prepping me for this process, especially discovering my marketable strengths.”


Bryanna Moltz, Class of 2017

Major: Health Science
Career Path: Graduate School in Athletic Training

Basketball Superstar, Bryanna has been accepted into the Athletic Training Program at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.  Her solid grades in Health Science enabled her to land in this highly competitive program.  “Job Search class provides hands-on learning on a lot of important topics including resumes and cover letters.  And, Career Corner is great because it lands in your inbox every Friday with great tips and overall beneficial information.”



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