Student Resources

Emergency Job Search Toolkit

During this unusual time of being secluded away from your peers and co-workers, and for many who have been laid off due to the COVID-19 virus, we have put together an Emergency Job Search Tool kit to help you navigate through this difficult time.  The following are links to websites that have part-time/seasonal job postings that may help you find a job to fill the void of looing income during this pandemic.

  • – focus on part-time and seasonal jobs
  • – local part-time and seasonal jobs
  • Amazon – warehouse package handler, shopper, delivery driver
  • Kroger – eCommerce Clerk, and Retail Clerk
  • UPS – package handler
  • FedEx – package handler
  • COVID-19 Job Search - find job opportunities in your area 
  • College vs COVID - helping seniors navigate through a successful job search

In addition, Career Services is still offering resume reviews, interview preparation tips, and career coaching advice to help you through this challenging employment time.  Click on this link to schedule virtual appointments with a Career Advisor.

The information below is offered as a guide to use the Career Services & Professional Development office and this website.

It is not a definitive list, as each student will have distinct needs and will take different paths to reach their professional goals. However, it is a meaningful introduction to our services and the various ways Miami Regionals students can be actively involved in their career and professional development.

Use the links below to investigate our site. For those services not linked, please connect with the Career Services & Professional Development office to learn more about our on-campus events.  

Career Planning

Learn more at the Career Planning website.

  • Self-Discovery
  • Reflection of Abilities, Skills, Values, and Interests
  • Occupational Research
  • Map Your Plan

Career Planning for Students with Disabilities

One-on-One Career Counseling

Career Assessments

All Majors Fair, Event

Job Shadowing

Informational Interviews

Alumni Networking – to explore career options

Employer Site Visits – to explore career options

Professional Development

  • Put Your Plan into Action
  • Real-World Experience
  • Marketing Your Skills
  • Begin to Connect Everything Together

Job Search Readiness for Students with Disabilities

Resume/Cover Letter Writing

Interviewing and Mock Interviews

Dress for Success

Etiquette Dinner

Alumni Mentoring



LinkedIn Profile


  • Build Relationships
  • Enhance Professional Development
  • Gain Perspective
  • Connect with Sources to Achieve Professional Goals

Networking Assistance for Students with Disabilities

Job Search

Career & Internship Fair

On-Campus Recruiting

Employer Information Sessions

On-Campus Interviews

Alumni Networking – to connect for potential employment opportunities

LinkedIn - Expand Your Network