Big Interview (You can also access Big Interview through CyHire under the Jobs tab on the left side of the website) allows you to complete interviewing tutorials and view additional internship and job search resources. Practice your interviewing skills with a virtual interview simulation!

Candid Career is the premier provider of thousands of informational video interviews featuring industry professionals. The site is dedicated to providing the inside perspective on careers, as well as advice that will give you an edge in your job search.

CyHire allows employers seeking ISU students and alumni for professional employment and internships to post their openings. Each student has an active account. Be sure to check CyHire regularly, as new postings will appear frequently. Information is also available on CyHire about upcoming career fairs, employer information sessions, and on-campus interviewing.

GoinGlobal: Career Guides by Country, U.S. City, and H1-B Visa Database (Link will redirect to CyHire.  GoinGlobal can be found under the Jobs tab on the left side of the webpage) provides U.S. city and country guides, as well as an H1-B visa database. This resource is especially helpful for students wanting to relocate outside of Iowa and international students searching for employers who have petitioned to sponsor international students in the past.

LAS Connect is an exclusive networking platform for LAS students and alumni. LAS Connect provides networking and mentoring opportunities by alumni who want to help YOU grow and succeed. Whether you are hoping to find a mentor or have a quick question, LAS alumni are ready to help! Get started with the LAS Connect User Guide.

What Can I Do With This Major? provides major and career information. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Professional organizations and industry-related job boards are also listed. View this video to learn more.

Navigating identity in the job search

Resources for navigating identity in the job search

LAS Career Services is committed to providing support for all students as whole people with multifaceted identities. We recognize there are nuances in the job search/offer process/work environment depending on who you are as an individual. We have a collection of resources but recognize they are not an exhaustive list of identities that students bring to their careers and job searches.

Information for hiring international students 

F-1 Employment Authorization Infographic

Employers’ Guide to Hiring International Students

Support for Unpaid Internships

LAS Unpaid Internship Scholarships

LAS awards a limited number of scholarships each semester to support undergraduate students completing unpaid internships off-campus.  The scholarships are one-time awards. Students working at non-profit and government organizations will receive priority consideration. On-campus positions will not be considered. The application period for summer 2021 internship scholarships will be April 12 – May 9. Contact LAS Career Services at with any questions.

Where Have Other Students and Alumni Gone?

See where past LAS students and new graduates have secured internships and post-graduation employment.

Job Boards

Below is a small sampling of job boards students and alumni have found helpful. For more job and internship resources, please make an appointment with career services by logging on to CyHire and selecting “Request a Career Advising Appointment”



Local (similar resources can be found for many geographic locations)


Major and career-specific resources

You will also want to search for professional associations related to your major and/or career interest. They may have job boards or networking opportunities available. For a list of professional associations for your major, scroll to the bottom of your major’s What Can I Do With This Major? page.

Third-Party Employers

As you conduct your job search you will find that some employers hire third-party organizations to assist them in identifying and hiring candidates. Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services recommends that you be aware of issues that are pertinent to working with these organizations. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) defines third-party recruiters as “agencies, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time, or full-time employment opportunities other than for their own needs.” Categories of third-party recruiters include employment agencies, search firms, contract recruiters, and resume referral firms. A third-party recruiter may be helpful to you in your job search, but be a wise consumer.

Questions to Ask

How many job openings are there for someone in my field?
In some instances, recruiters may not really have the type or number of openings they advertise. They may be more interested in adding your name to their candidate pool as a means of attracting more employers or clients to their services.

How is this information being used?
A third-party recruiter is allowed legally to share your resume with the contract employer for positions that you are actually seeking. The recruiter must tell you, in clear terms, that your materials and information will not be shared outside the organization or used for any purpose other than with the company they represent at the time they interview you. The third-party recruiter cannot sell your information to anyone else. You may choose to authorize the recruiter to share your data elsewhere, but your authorization should be given to the recruiter in writing.

Are candidates treated equally and fairly?
If you are qualified for the job opportunity, the third-party recruiter must pass your information to employers without regard to your race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.

Who pays the fee?
Before you agree to anything or sign a contract, ask the recruiter who will pay the fee.