These resources are password protected and available to Luther Students only. Please contact the Career Center for access to the site.
Art Search Job opportunities with theatres, performing arts centers, summer festivals, universities and colleges, dance companies, opera companies, symphony orchestras, museums and arts councils. This site provides access to numerous positions in various visual and performing arts settings.
Bridge: Worldwide Music Connection Bridge provides online access to music and arts administration opportunities including auditions, competitions, grants, scholarships and festivals.
Careerbeam Data Students can search for internships and jobs; research organizations, industries and learn about related associations and trade shows.
CareerConnection Luther's link to jobs and internships and on-campus recruiting.
Current Jobs in Writing, Editing and Communication
Current Jobs in Management
Current Jobs in Education
Current Jobs International
Current Jobs in Art
Current Jobs in Performing Arts
Current Internships in Liberal Arts
Environmental Career Opportunities Offers access to full-time positions and internships in environmental policy, communication and advocacy, conservation, science/engineering, and environmental education in nonprofits, corporations and governmental agencies.
International Educator Offers access to listings in various international schools around the globe. Learn about opportunities to teach English or any other content area in an international setting.
Opportunities in Public Affairs Opportunities for employment or internships in the Washington DC area. Positions in public relations, government affairs, legislation and print or broadcast journalism. Most positions are with federal agencies, non-profits, corporations and other organizations located on capital hill.
Big Shoes Network our purpose is to present you with internships and job openings that are within the fields of advertising, communications, graphic design, marketing, public relations, and web design & development. Nearly all of these opportunities will be located in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Historians, Anthropology, and others may find “Applying History” to our list of publications for students that may be downloaded at no cost. This guide connects the study of history and historians’ methods to nonacademic careers in private enterprise and public service. Other publications, all freely downloadable, include: “Careers for Students of History”, “History As a Literary Art”, “History & the U.S. Army”, “History Advisory Councils”, “Value History!” as well as “Biology Grows Careers” and “A Practical Guide to Writing Poems”.