The Career Development Office utilizes technology as a means of
providing students with a convenient method to communicate with the
Office. The two main sources of technology used are the Symplicity
Web site, and the Lexis Nexis
Web Course site.
Employers, including alumni, continuously notify the Career
Development Office of summer, part-time, and full-time job
opportunities, as well as internship and fellowship opportunities.
This information is entered daily onto Symplicity,
which students can access on-line. The Symplicity Web site is a
very important site used by the Office to administer the On-Campus
Interviewing Program and to post employment, internship, and
fellowship job listings. The site also contains announcements
and a calendar of events, and is used to send e-mails to
students. Students must contact the Office to obtain a
Symplicity password, and are advised to check the site regularly
for both the scheduling of on-campus interviews and for newly
posted job listings.
The Lexis Nexis Web Course is a web site maintained by the Office
which contains links to job searches. Students must have a
valid Lexis ID to access the Web Course.
Students also have access to a number of other helpful
career-related sites, including Westlaw's career-related
databases. Students can use the Public Service Jobs Directory free
of charge and can use the Emplawyernet site for a