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Top Tool to Build Connections with Reputable Companies Nationwide

By Autumn McClenaghan on May 21, 2014

Job seekers and employers alike understand the value of attaining a higher education, which is why graduation season is the perfect time of year to focus on tool to building connections that count. Whether your next steps as a new alumnus is to continue on to graduate school or to pursue a new job opportunity, networking is an important part of every journey.

Brandman University helps connect its community with its CareerLink online job portal. This platform allows the school's Career Services department work together with employers to provide students and alumni full-time professional opportunities. Launched late last fall the service has hundreds of registered employers posting openings on the west coast in California and Washington as well as nationwide in a variety of fields and industries.

How To Leverage CareerLink

CareerLink-InterviewWe all know that there are many global networking sites in the digital world like LinkedIn and Indeed that provide you with job search features. Although these networks offer a lot of great options, and we do encourage all professionals to keep up a professional digital social network, sometimes we can feel lost among the crowd among them. As part of a nonprofit institution, Brandman’s CareerLink brings the advantages of these platforms to a scale as it is specifically designed to serve the needs of university students and alumni.

In addition to job opportunities, Brandman CareerLink includes an array of benefits including its resume and cover letter builder, career document storage and its exclusive direct chat feature. On Monday afternoons, I am personally available to answer any quick career questions our students may have through the portal’s CareerLink Chat.

Setting Up Your Account

We make it quick and easy for students and alumni to set up their CareerLink accounts. Follow these simple steps to help guide you through the process:

  • Login to the MyBrandman portal using your student username and password
  • On the main student page click on Career Services under the Student Services section
  • Select Brandman CareerLink and click the red Request Access button in the middle of the page
  • Verify your information and click Submit

Within 24 hours you will receive a welcome message containing your CareerLink login information sent to your Brandman email account. From there you are all set – simply login and begin applying for new career opportunities immediately or explore the many resources available through the service.

Employer Connection

As part of our Career Services department’s effort to grow the number of opportunities our talented students have to be matched up with quality organizations, we invite employers to connect through Brandman's CareerLink, a tool to build connections. Register for an employer account and post full-time job opportunities for free by visiting Brandman's CareerLink. Here you will find more information on the process including tutorials, guidelines and resources.

Additional Student and Alumni Resources

The CareerLink feature is one of many benefits that Brandman University offers as part of its mission to create a culture of support for its students and alumni. Additional Career Services resources include:

  • Self-assessment tools and strategies for goal setting
  • Information on networking and helpful tips
  • Community career event calendar
  • Video, webinar and recordings library of career resources
  • Relevant career pathways for specific degrees and more

Topics: Career


Author Autumn McClenaghan of Brandman University

Autumn McClenaghan

As the Director of Career Planning and Development at Brandman University, I work with students to help them reach their career goals. I invite you to subscribe and revisit the Brandman Blog to find information and stories about professional development topics such as resume building, job interviews, career planning, social media and more!