Log in to AU CareerWeb and check out the Shortcut menu on your homepage for links to these and other resources.
Career Explorer - Discover careers & industries that are right for you with Career Explorer on AU CareerWeb. Learn about popular careers, average salaries, necessary skills by industry, and more.
Going Global - Explore a career abroad with Going Global on AU CareerWeb. Find country-specific career information, job search resources, key industry trends, and more.
AU CareerWeb is one of the Career Center's most valuable resources for AU students and alumni who seek jobs or internships. This robust tool enables you to:
- Apply for full-time and part-time jobs and internships specifically posted for AU students and alumni
- Apply for positions through the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) program and schedule on-campus interviews
- Register for recruitment events, including job and internship fairs, employer information sessions, and networking receptions
- Save your application materials in one place and report your internship and employment successes
- Appear in resume books available to employers who seek candidates with your qualifications
- Receive automatic alerts when new positions that match your search criteria are posted
Beginning spring 2016, your AU CareerWeb account will feature several new enhancements when you log in, including:
- A mobile friendly web experience
- An enhanced search toolbar featuring streamlined searching and faster results
- Improved access for appointment scheduling and event RSVPs
- The ability to log-in using your LinkedIn credentials
- Continued access to Career Explorer and Career Finder
Optimize your search strategies
More than 1,000 jobs and internships are active at any given time. To find the most appropriate opportunities for you, initially search by "Position Type" and "Job Function" because employers are required to complete these fields. Employers must also designate location and salary range, which you can include in an advanced search. To narrow your results, search according to your major or concentration or for positions for which you qualify based on your profile.
Create search agents
Configure multiple search agents that trigger automatic e-mail announcements when new positions that match your search criteria are posted to AU CareerWeb. Build search agents in the "Advanced Search" tab within "jobs and internships" and set the frequency of your e-mail alerts in the "Saved Searches" tab.
Upload your resume and cover letter
Several employers allow students to apply for positions directly through AU CareerWeb. Take advantage of this convenience by uploading your resume and other application materials through the "documents" tab. Label your document so as to distinguish it from others and keep in mind that your label is visible to employers.
Register for events on campus
Quickly and easily RSVP for on-campus events, including fall and spring Job and Internship Fairs, networking receptions, and employer information sessions. Prepare for the events by reviewing critical details and lists of participating employers.
Before applying to an organization or speaking with employers at on-campus events, review organizations' profiles in the "employers" tab and even search for employers who offer value-added internships.
For additional how-to tips, download the
AU CareerWeb User Guide.
If you are a current AU student, your free account is active. To
log in, enter your AU e-mail address (example: firstname.lastname@example.org) and the temporary password sent via e-mail from the Career Center.
If you cannot remember your login information, click on the "Forgot Password" link to reset your password or contact the Career Center for additional assistance.
If you are an AU alum who graduated since 2004, continue using your active account. To reset your login information, click on the "Forgot Password" link. If you graduated before August 2004, register for a free alumni account today.
Account Troubleshooting Tips
Your password must be at least 6 characters long and meet the requirements for a strong password. A strong password is easy to remember but hard to guess. Consider a combination of uncommon words, upper and lowercase letters, symbols, and numbers.
Logging in After Resetting Your Password
If you reset your password after too many incorrect login attempts, remember to clear your browsing history and open a new browser before you attempt to login again.
AU CareerWeb is compatible with Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Safari. For optimal compatibility, we recommend using Firefox or Internet Explorer.
If you are a student in the Kogod School of Business and not pursuing a major or minor in SIS, CAS, SOC, or SPA, please use Kogod CareerSource.