Here at CMN, we are committed to achieving excellence in higher education through quality instruction and applied research. The College community is also dedicated to promoting, perpetuating, and nurturing American Indian culture, and providing outreach workshops and community service. These initiatives, as set forth in the College's mission statement, create a variety of opportunities in administration, instruction, sustainable development, and other categories of employment.
In addition to the internship and student employment opportunities offered within CMN, we receive numerous offers of employment from companies and institutions across the country. As they become available, interested students can find links to these offers via the "Employer Recruitment" tab below, as well as many recurring job opportunities under the "Recommended Job Search Sites" tab.
To set up an appointment or for any questions, contact the Career and
Placement Coordinator Patricia Post at (715) 799-6226 Ext. 3271 or
email@example.com, or visit GM101M (the Welcome Center) on our Keshena Campus.
Career Services will help you start a resume, or offer feedback on an existing one.
Attend a 30-minute presentation on interview preparation, or participate in mock interviewing, with feedback at the end.
If you're not sure about what career path you want to take, that's okay! This assessment, recommended by CMN's Patricia Post, suggests potential career paths based on your input.
Internships are short term entry level positions, intended to enhance students’ knowledge in a specific area of study. They range anywhere from two to four months and are typically paid positions. Internships can provide students with meaningful experiences and allow them to meet employers for future positions.
Apprenticeships, conversely, are positions where individuals are trained on-the-job, earning wages and doing productive work while taking related courses. It's an effective way to gain hands-on skills and experience in a trade or profession, and prepare the apprentice for a career. Most apprenticeship programs can be completed in 3-5 years, though some last up to six.
A resume is a document you create to submit with a job application with the purpose of moving on to the next step in the process: The Interview. A resume shows your contact information, a brief summary of how your experience will help the company, formal or informal experiences (if you're new to the workforce), skills, and achievements.