Explore student resources to help you find part-time and entry-level jobs in the Northland.
Are you a student in northeast Minnesota or northwest Wisconsin? Or maybe you’re planning to study at one of our area’s 12 colleges, universities, and technical schools? There are lots of ways to get your foot in the door with local businesses that will allow you to stay in this area after graduation.
Browse current internship and entry-level openings here! You can refine your search by job type (such as full-time, part-time, or internship) or educational and experiential requirements. You can also filter based on your interests, desired location, and more criteria.
Check out the resources on the rest of this page and don’t hesitate to reach out to our team — we’re here to help point you in the right direction!
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Student Connect is a NORTHFORCE program serving students at all 12 colleges in our region. Sign up to attend business meet and greet events with local companies as well as curriculum sessions designed to equip you with skills and resources to find employment in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.
Looking to intern in the Northland? Wise choice. Internships are a fantastic way to apply the knowledge you’ve learned in the classroom and put it to good use in the community. Gain some real-world experience and make your resume stand out from the rest!
Many internships are paid or for credit — or both. There’s also a great chance that an internship will lead to a job offer. Look at internships as an opportunity to learn whether a certain field might be right for you.
There is high demand right now for apprenticeships in the trades — from carpentry and plumbing to bricklaying, iron working, and much more. Local employment resource 218Trades is your one-stop shop for all matters related to apprenticeships and careers in the trades throughout northeast Minnesota.
Career Strategy for Students
There’s a single piece of paper that should be on your mind at all times while you’re in school: your resume. Think about what’s going to be on it by the time you graduate — and that doesn’t just mean GPA. Consider extracurricular activities, internships, and volunteer experiences. Does your resume look its very best? Get insider tips on resume strategies here and contact us for a resume review.
Have you checked out career services on campus? Consult your school’s directory to connect with a career counselor who can answer your questions and guide you toward the right opportunities.
Explore this region’s employment landscape and local industries here.
Find more career resources here, or contact our team!
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