What Recruit-A-Duke Can Do For YOU

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During their time at JMU, students have access to several resources that enable them to succeed academically and professionally. One resource that we (Career and Academic Planning) are particularly fond of is Recruit-A-Duke (RAD). For those of you who don’t know, RAD is an online career services management system that provides JMU students access to internships, full-time jobs, career fairs, workshops, information sessions, and more. There are numerous features on RAD that students can use to be successful after graduation. With RAD, students can:

  • research employers recruiting at Career Fairs
  • RSVP for employer information sessions
  • sign up for professional development workshops
  • search 1,000+ internship and full-time job postings and apply online
  • be considered for on-campus interviews *
  • network with employers
  • research employers that recruit at JMU
  • create a job search agent to get updates on positions tailored to your interests
  • prepare for and practice your interviewing skills anywhere and anytime via your webcam using InterviewStream
  • schedule a mock interview with an employer in the CAP Interview Center *
  • request a career planning appointment to discuss a range of career topics with CAP advisors

*In order to use on-campus interviewing and mock interviewing features, students must first complete the 15-minute Online Recruit-A-Duke Tutorial

 

Don’t pass up the opportunity to use the incredibly useful tools that Recruit-A-Duke provides! For any questions regarding Recruit-A-Duke, its features, or the Online Recruit-A-Duke Tutorial, contact us at recruitaduke@jmu.edu!

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