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Peabody Master’s Student Job Board

Belmont University Office of Career & Professional Development
Graduate Intern

The Graduate Intern for the Office of Career & Professional Development at Belmont University will focus on the career and professional development of the student and advance the vision of the office. The position reports directly to the Assistant Director of the Office of Career & Professional Development and works under the guidance of the Career Development Specialist and the Office Manager. The Graduate Intern will receive a regular evaluation by the direct supervisor related to work progress and performance.


• The Graduate Intern will maintain a 10-hour/week schedule set at the beginning of each semester. Time off and schedule adjustments would need to be approved in advance by supervisor

• Will embody Belmont University’s Vision, Mission, and Values and the Office of Career & Professional Development’s Vision, Purpose and Values

• Will maintain effective and efficient communication with supervisor


• Provide professional development coaching (resume and cover letter review and practice interviews) online, individually, and in group settings • Assist with presentations to students and student organizations

• Assist with career development programs and events (Belmont & Beyond, Career Day and Meetups)

• Approve job and internship postings into the OCPD Career Management system

• Assist with collection of First Destination data six months after each graduation

• Assist with answering the phones, greeting walk-ins and providing an overview of our services

• Attend university events and represent the OCPD at the BruinLink fair and Parent and Family Weekend

• Attend our team meetings and contribute ideas to better serve our students and employers

• Prepare email campaigns and social media communication to promote the OCPD events and resources

• Assist with posting to social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest

• Utilize HootSuite to create a calendar of scheduled social media posts

• Utilize Microsoft Publisher to create flyers and handouts to market events, services and resources

• Utilize Cascade CMS to make updates to Career Development website

• Market and promote Meetups in the colleges

• Other duties as assigned


• Students enrolled in higher education graduate programs

• An interest in pursuing a career in career development and/or a higher education related field

• Ability to work in a team environment and support our team efforts

• Effective communication, computer, problem solving, organizational and interpersonal skills

• Pursuing coursework in Higher Education, Human Development or Mental Health Counseling, Human Resources, or relate field.

Start date is negotiable. While it is preferred for the candidate to begin during the summer, qualified candidates who are not able to begin before August will also be considered.

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Gary Boling
June 12, 2017
August 11, 2017

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