Search for a Job, Internship or Co-op

The process of fining a job, internship or co-op is more than just conducting an online search. It involves knowing yourself, marketing your skills, networking, effectively using search engines, and more. The Career & Co-op Center is here to help you find opportunities that interest you, and you can schedule an appointment with one of our team members to discuss your goals and develop effective search strategies. On this page, you’ll find advice, resources, and links to job search boards that can help you take the next steps in your career journey.

5 High-Paying Careers in Physics

The demand for roles in physics is expected to grow by 8% between now and 2031, which is faster than the average for all other occupations.

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What’s the difference between a job board and a job search engine?

Job boards and job search engines have more similarities than differences.

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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9 job hunting tips for economically disadvantaged college and university students

Economically disadvantaged college and university students face a unique set of challenges when it comes to securing internships and early career opportunities. To help, we’ve gathered nine insightful tips from employment specialists, including career counselors.

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Can you really work remotely in a manufacturing role?

But just because many and perhaps even most jobs in a particular sector cannot be performed remotely even part of the time does not mean that all jobs in that sector must be fully in-person. Instead, it is likely that there are some jobs in the sector which can be performed well remotely.

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How to Search for Job Satisfaction Instead of a Job

While it’s easy to hyper-focus on a position that fits your major, the qualifications needed, and the paycheck, there are still several other factors to consider when searching for a job. Overall job satisfaction is a critical factor to consider.

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Resources

Handshake

UMass Lowell’s Career & Co-op Center is pleased to offer a comprehensive recruiting system called Handshake. This system provides customized …

GoinGlobal

GoinGlobal provides jobseekers of all nationalities with tools to fast track their career explorations both at home and abroad, featuring …

Candid Career

Candid Career provides career planning and career information videos to help students learn about job options, industries and job search …

What Can I Do With This Major?

What Can I Do With This Major? features 100 major profiles with information on common career paths, types of employers …

Job & Internship Search Sites

In addition to using the web to access Handshake, below is a list by discipline and affinity of other online …

Careers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell

To view a list of available employment opportunities for non-students at the university.

Contact & Location

Phone
978-934-2355
Address

University Crossing, Suite 450
220 Pawtucket Street
Lowell, MA 01854-5148

O'Leary Library, Room 105
61 Wilder Street
Lowell, MA 01854-5148

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