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Week of February 10, 2014

CSO Information & Announcements

  • Appointments
  • Resume books are Open! Looking for a job? Be sure to put your Resume in the books
  • ASCK (Alumni-Student ConneKtions) Week: sign-ups are open!  Mark your calendars now for February 17 to 21.

Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program

Programming

  • February 11: Employment Law Refresher: Know Your Rights on the Job as an Intern and New Employee
  • February 12: DuPage County Bar Association Pizza Social for Law Students and Alumni
  • February 18: How to Find a Job! A special ASCK week presentation.
  • February 19: Practising Law Institute (PLI) Presentation on the Patent Bar Exam
  • February 20: ASCK Week: Alumni/Student Networking Reception
  • February 25: Opportunities with the City of Chicago Department of Law

Employment Opportunities

  • Apply Now! City of Chicago Law Department is hiring December 2013 and May 2014 grads
  • City of Chicago, Department of Law, Summer 2014 intern deadline, March 1
  • Illinois Attorney General's Office, Summer 2014 intern deadline, March 1
  • Apply Now! BP 2014 Legal Summer Internship program for 1L's
  • Apply Now! CBS Law Department Diversity Internship Program
  • Apply Now!  Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Internships
  • Apply now! The Boston Lawyers Group 2014 1L Diversity Clerkship Program
  • Volunteer: Center for Disability and Elder Law, Awards Benefit & 30th Anniversary Celebration

Fellowships & Scholarships

  • Finnegan 1L IP Diversity Scholarship

Job Fairs

Diversity

Resources

  • Rebellious Lawyering Conference, Feb 21-22 at Yale Law
  • Americorp JD: apply for financial support for students working with veteran's, disaster relief, or civil legal corp this coming summer 
  • Equal Justice America: apply for funding if you are providing legal services to the poor this coming summer
  • Career Resources available in Symplicity's "Document Library"

CSO Information & Announcements

Make an appointment

Reminder: if your are a 1L student, and you have not visited with us yet, appointments are mandatory. Please come in by March 7th to have your resume reviewed, meet your career advisor, and begin to develop a job search strategy. If you are a 2L/3L/4L and you did not come in during Fall of 2013, please make an appointment. Thank you.

Resume books are open! Looking for a job? Be sure to put your Resume in the books

Spring Resume Books will be available on Thursday, January 23rd for “opt-in” for all rising 2Ls, 3Ls and Recent Graduates (2012 and 2013 classes). Employers will be notified that resume books are available on February 3rd, but because employers may request a resume book at any time, students are encouraged to opt-in to desired resume books as soon as possible. Even if you have secured employment for this spring, keep in mind that spring resume books may be used by employers for hiring for Summer 2014.

A Resume Book is exactly what it sounds like, a collection of resumes that can be distributed to employers on request. Our resume books will collect the resumes of students and recent graduates in a particular class (e.g. 2Ls) with similar interests (e.g. immigration law, real estate law, or working in the northern suburbs), and then notify employers who fit those criteria that the books are available for review. These books can also be used when an employer calls up our office looking for a particular type of student to clerk for them (“We are looking for a 3L interested in litigation”), so that we can respond quickly and efficiently to employer requests (in that case by looking at the 3L Litigation Resume Book).

For more information about Resume Books, click here.

ASCK Week 2014: sign-ups are open!  Mark your calendars now for February 17 to 21.

Registration is now open for ASCK Week 2014!

Now in its 5th year, Alumni-Student ConneKtions Week is a week-long extravaganza of opportunities for students to network and connect with alumni while honing their interviewing and networking skills.

ASCK Week will take place February 17-21 and will consist of the following activities:

Monday, Feb. 17 - Informational Interviews
Tuesday, Feb. 18 - Informational Interviews and a lunchtime panel discussion, "How I Found My Job in Law School"
Wednesday, Feb. 19 - Mock Interviews
Thursday, Feb. 20 - Coffee ConneKtions and the ASCK Week Networking Reception
Friday, Feb. 21 - Coffee ConneKtions
Any day - Job Shadowing

More information about all of these activities is available at www.alumni.kentlaw.edu/asck, together with links to the sign-up sheets. If you are not initially able to sign up for the activity of your choice, I encourage you to check back regularly as spots may open up due to cancellations or additional spots may be added.

More than 60 alumni are volunteering their time during ASCK Week, providing opportunities for nearly 200 students to meet with alumni throughout the week. Don't miss out!

 

On-Campus Interviews

Programming


February 11: Employment Law Refresher: Know Your Rights on the Job as an Intern and New Employee

Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: Room 345

Join the Labor and Employment Law Society on Tuesday, Feburary 11 at noon as they present a panel discussion regarding the rightsof students and graduates in the workplace. The presentation will cover your rights as you apply for and evenutally secure an internship or job. You will learn what employers may and may not ask during an interview and what to look for in an internship. You will hear tips about working hours and how to recognize discrimination or sexual harassment. Finally the panel will discuss payment and salary negotiation. The Career Service Office is co-sponsoring this event. Food will be served!

February 12: DuPage County Bar Association Pizza Social for Law Students and Alumni

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Giordano's, 223 W Jackson

Join the DuPage County Bar Association for free pizza, beer & wine. Netowork with lawyers, judges and fellow students. All law students, alumni and lawyers are welcome! Questions, contact Cindy Allston, callston@dcba.org.

February 18: ASCK Week Panel Discussion: "How I found My Job in Law School"

Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: Room C20
Pizza will be provided; must RSVP to alums@kentlaw.iit.edu

Presented by:
Mariana Karampelas '11, Judicial Law Clerk, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chancery Division
Julie Levinson Pustilnik '11, Associate, Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen
Gabrielle Green '07, Assistant Appellate Defender, Office of the State Appellate Defender
Rajesh Kanuru '05, Partner, KP Law, LLC

February 19: Practising Law Institute (PLI) Presentation on the Patent Bar Exam

Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Room 345

If you are a student with an undergrad or graduate degree in engineering, computer sciences or the hard sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, some related fields), and are interested in becoming a Patent Attorney, Practising Law Institute (PLI) invites you to a presentation by John White, Academic Director of PLI's Patent Bar Review Course. Topics for discussion include:

•             The latest info on the Patent Bar Exam; who can take it; how it works, now that it's on computer; when you should take it (you don't need to…and probably shouldn't…wait until you graduate); how the American Invents Act has impacted the Exam, and; recommendations on when and how to study for this Exam.

Scholarships to PLI's other IP programs will also be discussed.

For more information, please visit: www.patentbarreview.com / www.pli.edu

February 20: ASCK Week Networking Reception

Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: 2nd Floor Cafeteria
Please RSVP to alums@kentlaw.iit.edu

Hear from Executive Recruiter Heather Baker about best practices for working a room and then put those tips into action! The reception will run from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m., with a short program at 6:00 p.m.  A photographer will also be on hand to take professional headshots for students. Co-sponsored with the Student Bar Association.

February 25: Opportunities with the City of Chicago Department of Law

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: 270

The City of Chicago Department of Law serves the Mayor, City Departments, Boards and Commissioners and the City Council administering policies and programs to benefit Chicago residents.  

Come to this program to meet the city’s top attorney, Stephen R. Patton, Corporation Counsel, and to learn about the City of Chicago Department of Law’s Externship Program, Summer Volunteer Program, Law Clerk Program (paid and volunteer), and Entry-Level Attorney Program.  Learn about Law Department opportunities and what it is like to manage and practice law at one of the premier government law firms in the country from a panel of presenters to include:

  • Stephen R. Patton, Corporation Counsel
  • Elizabeth Simek, Director of Legal Recruitment and Professional Development
  • Olufemi Sokoya, Assistant Corporation Counsel (CK '10)
  • Kevin Gallardo, Assistant Corporation Counsel (CK '08)

Space is Limited: Please RSVP by February 21 to the career services office at kentcso@kentlaw.iit.edu with "City of Chicago" in the subject line.

 

Employment Opportunities

Please check Chicago-Kent's job posting system ("Symplicity") on a regular basis. Check out Symplicity's general instructions for more information.

Apply Now! City of Chicago Law Department is hiring December 2013 and May 2014 grads

City of Chicago Law Department is hiring December 2013 and May 2014 grads for entry level attorney positions for Fall 2014.  Application is two step process (Step 1 due March 14, 2014 and Step 2 due March 21, 2014).  You can find the details in Symplicity posted as #17151.

City of Chicago, Department of Law, Summer 2014 law clerk program deadline, March 1

The City of Chicago Department of Law invites law students to apply for its 2014 Summer Law Clerk Program. Usually, the program begins June 1st and is for a minimum of 10 weeks; however, the start date and duration of a law clerk’s summer will be determined by the law clerk and his/her direct supervisor. The Summer Program is designed to provide current law students with a challenging unpaid clerkship that reflects the demands and rewards of public service, as well as a realistic picture of what it is like to practice law for the City of Chicago. Participants in the Summer Program are not compensated. Some schools may offer students grants or allow for academic credit.

During the Summer Program, the law clerks will be assigned to work in one of the practice divisions in the law department and participate in a wide variety of activities including:

· assisting in trial preparation; attending depositions; observing real estate closings; attending client meetings and court proceedings; researching legal issues; and drafting memoranda, briefs and contracts.

Also, law clerks that have finished their second year of law school and qualify for an Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 license may represent the City in:

· mandatory tort arbitrations in the Circuit Court of Cook County; disciplinary hearings for the police and labor boards; and labor arbitration.

They may also depose or examine witnesses in trials in state and federal court.

During the summer, the Law Department will host a lecture series that feature speakers addressing legal
issues that affect the City in areas such as environmental and First Amendment law and provides the law clerks with opportunities to meet with City department officials and members of state and federal judiciary.

The Law Department seeks talented, promising individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Many of our attorneys are active in civic and professional activities and organizations. The Law Department is committed to increasing opportunities for minorities in the legal profession, and it is proud that its staff reflects the racial, cultural and ethnic diversity of Chicago. The Law Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To learn more about the various Divisions within the Department of Law and the work that they handle, potential candidates should check out the Litigation, Prosecution and Transactional Division links found under “What We Do” at www.cityofchicago.org/dol

To apply for the 2014 Summer Law Clerk Program, interested students should submit all application materials as outlined at http://www.cityofchicago.org/content/city/en/depts/dol/supp_info/dol_volunteer_program.html.

The deadline to apply is March 1, 2014.

 

Illinois Attorney General's Office, Summer 2014 intern deadline, March 1

The Illinois Attorney General's Office provides excellent opportunities for law students to improve their skills and knowledge in a wide range of subject areas, including consumer protection, government representation, civil rights, environmental enforcement, antitrust, complex civil litigation, civil and criminal appeals, and criminal law enforcement. Working closely with attorneys in the Chicago, Springfield, or Carbondale office, law clerks investigate facts, review documents, research legal issues, and draft legal memoranda, correspondence, and pleadings. Advanced students who qualify for a 711 license are encouraged to obtain such a license so that they may appear in court under the supervision of an Assistant Attorney General.

For further information, and to download an application form, students should visit the Illinois Attorney General's website at: http://www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/about/jobs/lawclerk_application.html 

Deadline for summer is March 1, 2014.

Apply Now! BP 2014 Legal Summer Internship program for 1L's

Summer intern positions are available at BP's legal offices in Houston, Texas, Naperville, Illinois and Anchorage, Alaska. Students who have completed only one year of law school are eligible.  Students must demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion. Applications are to be completed online on or before February 21, 2014 and the status of the applications will be known by March 28, 2014. You can find more details in Symplicity posted as #17150

Apply Now! CBS Law Department Diversity Internship Program

The CBS Law Department is committed to creating and participating in programs designed to assist diverse individuals in obtaining the training, development and advancement opportunities necessary to succeed in the legal profession. To that end, the CBS Law Department has developed the CBS Diversity Internship Program with the goal of providing substantive experience and meaningful exposure to students of diverse backgrounds interested in learning about in-house practice. CBS defines diversity broadly to include not only its most “visible” aspects such as race and gender, but all of its aspects, such as age, physical disability, sexual orientation, religion, national origin and marital/parental status. All students with diverse
backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

The Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to be exposed to the various legal issues handled by in-house attorneys from across the Company. During the course of the internship, participants should expect to interact with attorneys handling matters pertaining to CBS’s various business entities, such as CBS Television and CBS Radio, Simon and Schuster, Showtime, and CBS Outdoor. Students should also expect to be exposed to several different practice areas while working under the supervision of attorneys from the Law Department’s Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment, and Litigation practice groups. Participants will
be invited to join CBS attorneys in attending seminars on various legal issues in the media field,and luncheons with CBS attorneys will be arranged, allowing CBS attorneys to discuss their careers and to answer student questions in an informal setting.

The Program is open to students who will be 2Ls and 3Ls at the time of the internship.  The duration of the Program is for the summer session. The Program is unpaid and students will be required to receive academic credit from their law school for their participation in the Program. During the summer, students should expect to spend at least 20 hours per week at CBS. A prior background in media or news
is not required. If you are interested in applying for the CBS summer program, click here for the application.

Apply Now!  Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Internships

PILI's Law Student Internship Program connects law students from across the country with legal service agencies in Illinois. Interns work 400 hours full-time during the summer or 200 hours part-time during the school year, with PILI ensuring quality supervision by experienced agency attorneys, and providing extra educational, networking and mentoring opportunities.

PILI administers its Internship Program application through IllinoisProBono.org. You must register on this site before you can submit any applications.  Applications for both summer 2014 and spring 2014 Internships for 2Ls are now open, and applications for the summer 2014 internships for 1Ls are also open! Click here to learn more about how to apply.

For more information about Spring 2014 PILI opportunities, click here.

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about PILI internships.

Apply now! The Boston Lawyers Group 2014 1L Diversity Clerkship Program

The Boston Lawyers Group announces its 2014 1L Diversity Clerkship Program for first-year law students. 1L clerks participating in this unique 10-week program will split their 10 beeks between two Boston-area legal entitites. The interested applicants must be a first-year law student at a nationally accredited law school, and demonstrate a connection to Boston. The appication deadline is Monday, February 10, 2014. The application is available at: http://www.thebostonlawyersgroup.com/
                                                                    

Volunteer: Center for Disability and Elder Law, Awards Benefit & 30th Anniversary Celebration

The Center for Disability & Elder Law (CDEL) requests Kent Law School students volunteer at CDEL’s 2014 Winter Awards Benefit & 30th Anniversary Celebration.  The fundraiser will take place at:

Baker & McKenzie
300 E. Randolph
Chicago, IL
February 26
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Volunteers will assist with the following tasks on the night of the event:  guest registration and greeting, raffle ticket sales, program distribution, ushering, and assisting the Executive Director.  Volunteers are expected to arrive by 4:30 p.m. for a short training meeting prior to the event.

This event is complementary to volunteers (tickets are regularly $100.00).  Volunteers can expect to work approximately 1/3rd of the evening, most beginning at 5:00 p.m., and are invited to network with hundreds of attorneys and enjoy complimentary drinks and hors d'oeuvres the remainder of the time. 

Please be advised that this volunteer opportunity is a four-hour time commitment (4:30-8:30 p.m.).  To volunteer for this event, please contact Susan Silverman susanbsilverman@gmail.com

 

Fellowships & Scholarships

Franczek Radelet 2014 LEADS Fellowship Program, 1L Students

Fraczek Radelet invites 1L law students to apply for the 2014 Legal Education for the Advancement of Diversity and Scholarship (LEADS) program.  The LEADS program is an intensive eight-week program designed for diverse first and second year law students who have an interest in pursuing a legal career in private practice representing employers in labor and employment matters. The goal of the program is to provide concentrated  labor and employment legal experience while developing a pipeline of highly qualified, diverse candidates for potential future employment with the Firm or in the private practice of law generally. For more information in the LEADS Fellowship program, go here: http://www.franczek.com/f-leadsprogram.html.

1L Law Students may apply for the 2014 LEADS program beginning December 1, 2014.  Find the application here.  The application deadline for 1L students is Friday, January 31, 2014.

To apply, send  or e-mail completed application and required documentation to:
Franczek Radelet P.C.
Attn: Amy Moor Gaylord – LEADS Fellowship Coordinator
300 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 3400
Chicago, Illinois 60606

allmarketing@franczek.com

Chicago Schweitzer Fellowship Program

The Chicago Schweitzer Fellows Program® is a one-year interdisciplinary, mentored fellowship program focused on health-related community service and leadership development.

DEFINING HEALTH
Schweitzer Fellows focus on health as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO): a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.  Rooted in this holistic understanding of health, Schweitzer projects address not only clinical health issues, but also the social determinants of health—defined by the WHO as the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age, and which are mostly responsible for health inequities.

ELIGIBILITY
Students enrolled in graduate or professional degree-granting programs from any accredited academic institution in the geographic area may apply. While the applicant’s field of study does not have to be traditionally health-related, his/her proposed service project must focus on health and/or the social determinants of health. Past Fellows have addressed health from a wide variety of perspectives and disciplines including, but not limited to, dentistry, education, engineering, law, medicine, music, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, public health, and social work. Applicants must be enrolled throughout the Fellowship year (May 2013-May 2014).  Applicants scheduled for a December graduation should contact the Program Director to determine if they are eligible for a waiver to this requirement.

PRIOR TO APPLYING
Prospective Fellows should be prepared to partner with a local community agency and design a community service project that seeks to provide direct service to an underserved population. This project should focus on addressing health and/or the social determinants of health in the population served.

The project should:

  • Provide a direct service that meets a community-defined need and reflects national and local health priorities, such as Healthy People 2020. Prospective applicants should investigate and reflect on unmet local health-related needs, and think through the ways in which their own energies and talents might contribute, even in small ways, to ameliorating one or more of these problems.
  • Be of an enduring value to the community/agency served.  The project proposal should include a brief discussion about sustainability of the project at the end of the Fellowship year.

Potential applicants may learn more and find an application here. The application deadline for the 2014-15 Fellowship year is Saturday, February 1, 2014.

Finnegan 1L IP Diversity Scholarship

Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, one of the world’s largest intellectual property firms, will begin to accept applications for its 1L Diversity Scholarship on December 1, 2013.  Scholarship recipients must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school in the JD class of 2016, must meet Finnegan’s hiring criteria (a degree in life sciences, engineering, or computer science, or substantial prior trademark experience), and must contribute to enhancing diversity.

The Finnegan Diversity Scholarship provides financial support to qualified diverse students who demonstrate a commitment to pursuing a career in intellectual property law. The Scholarship award of $15,000 may be applied to costs associated with normal tuition and fees (such as, but not limited to, student activity fees; law school or university fees, and administrative fees). The scholarship recipient will also join the firm as a 2015 summer associate in one of its domestic offices (Atlanta, GA; Boston, MA; Palo Alto, CA; Reston, VA; or Washington, DC).

In addition to a demonstrated commitment to pursuing a career in intellectual property law, selection criteria include exceptional academic performance at the undergraduate, graduate (if applicable), and law school level; a degree in life sciences, engineering, or computer science, or substantial prior trademark experience; relevant work experience; community service; leadership skills; and special accomplishments.

Applications are due no later than February 14, 2014, and are available by clicking here.

Job Fairs

Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC): February 1, 2014 at Northwestern Law

The Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC)is job fair and an opportunity for students to interview and meet with government agencies and public interest employers for paid and unpaid legal positions next summer or for after graduation.  1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls can all participate.  The job fair will take place at Northwestern University School of Law on Saturday, February 1, 2014.

Student registration for this career conference is now closed. However, table talk is available at the job fair where students can meet with many of the employers, even if the student did not receive an interview in advance. Students may also arrive very early on the day of the conference to try to sign up for a same-day interview. SEE "Programming" section above for information on a program called, "Preparing for MPILCC," as well as, MPILCC mock interviews. More information is also available online at www.mpilcc.org.

Diversity

Apply Now! BP 2014 Legal Summer Internship program for 1L's

Apply Now! CBS Law Department Diversity Internship Program

Apply Now!  ACC Chicago Diversity Summer Internship Program for 1Ls

Apply now! The Boston Lawyers Group 2014 1L Diversity Clerkship Program

Franczek Radelet 2014 LEADS Fellowship Program, 1L Students

Finnegan 1L IP Diversity Scholarship

see the Employment Opportunities section for more information

Resources

Rebellious Lawyering Conference, Feb 21-22 at Yale Law

Join us for RebLaw2014 on February 21-22, 2014, at the Yale Law School in New Haven, Connecticut. Registration is now open at www.rsvpbook.com/reblaw2014.

The Rebellious Lawyering Conference is an annual gathering of students, activists and legal practitioners dedicated to legal work in the service of communities and social change movements and to challenging hierarchies of race, wealth, gender, and expertise within legal practice and education. Grounded in the spirit of Gerald Lopez's Rebellious Lawyering, the conference is in its twentieth year and the largest student-run public interest law conference in the U.S.

Registration is $30 and includes a happy hour on Friday and lunch on Saturday. For law students wishing to attend who may otherwise find hotel costs prohibitive, we do our best to coordinate hoursing with Yale law studens and volunteerings. The deadline for housing elibilility is January 31.

Questions? rebellious.law.questions@gmail.com

Americorp JD: apply for financial support for students working with veteran's, disaster relief, or civil legal corp this coming summer 

AmeriCorpsJD, http://www.equaljusticeworks.org/americorpsjd. A student can apply for AmeriCorp JD funding for work in 3 areas:

1) Veterans Legal Corps
2) Disaster Legal Corps
3) Civil Legal Corps

To participate in Veterans or Disaster Legal Corps, the student needs to spend at least 50% of his or her time serving either veterans or victims of a federally recognized disaster. The applications are on a rolling basis.

To participate in Civil Legal Corps, the student can focus on a variety of legal issues, but will also provide support on a Veterans Toolkit for at least 20% of the student's required 300 hours of service (at least 60 hours). These applications are due April 15th, 2014.

AmeriaCorps JD provides a student with a $1175 Segal AmeriCorps Education award voucher that can be used to pay current educational expenses or qualified student loans.

Equal Justice America: apply for funding if you are providing legal services to the poor this coming summer

Equal Justice America is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1993. EJA has become a national leader in providing opportunities for law students to work with organizations that deliver civil legal services to those most in need. Our efforts expose a new generation of future lawyers to the urgency for pro bono assistance to our most vulnerable citizens. Students at more than 70 law schools now have the opportunity to take part in the Equal Justice America Fellowship Program. Visit www.equaljusticeamerica.org to apply, application deadline for summer 2014 is March 24, 2014.

Other CSO Resources

The Chicago-Kent Career Services Office has access to hundreds of helpful career resources. A majority of these resources are available in Symplicity under the red "Resources" tab (in the "Document Library"). Some of these resources include:

  • 2013-2014 Government Honors and Internship Handbook
  • Chicago Area Law Firm List
  • 2013-2014 Guide to Internships & Fellowships in Reproductive Rights & Justice
  • Updated Vermont Guide to State Judicial Clerkships
  • BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank
  • DePaul Law School International Guide and Job Resource
  • Music Attorney Registry
  • Prosecution Handbook
  • Public Defender Handbook               
  • Public Interest Job Search Handbooks
  • Various handouts related to the job search, including “Researching Legal Employers,” “The Out of State Job Search,” “Salary Negotiations” and “Writing Samples”

And many more!

Chicago-Kent students can also access various websites like: Policy Jobs (www.policyjobs.net), Political Jobs (www.politicaljobs.net), Human Rights Jobs (www.humanrightsjobs.com), Ethical Jobs (www.ethicaljobs.net), and Journalist Jobs (www.journalistjobs.net) by using the Login details that can be obtained in the Symplicity "Document Library" (under the Resources tab).

Speak with your Career Advisor today about the various resources available through the Career Services Office!

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