Find a data analytics Job or Internship
UMUC's Career Center can help you prepare for and navigate your internship and job search.
UMUC is committed to helping you translate your education into professional success. Our Career Center is here to support you throughout your professional life, with services and events to help you find an internship, search for jobs, prepare for interviews, and connect with UMUC's vast alumni network.
Career Services for Students and Alumni
Start Your Career Quest
CareerQuest is an online career management tool that allows you to browse jobs from companies looking to hire UMUC graduates, as well as listings from CareerBuilder, Indeed Jobs and Internships.com; post your resume; apply for jobs; receive notifications of new postings; research companies and careers; find contacts in your industry; connect with alumni; and more.
Search for data analytics Jobs
UMUC's career counselors can help you develop a job search strategy. Our counselors can direct you to industry-specific job Web sites and help you research salary information and companies.
If you're looking for a federal job, we can help you understand the federal hiring process and give you tips on writing KSAs and optimizing your resume for federal applications.
Search for data analytics Internships
Connect with Employer Sponsors
Get to know UMUC's Employer Sponsors—companies that have a strong interest in hiring UMUC students.
Share Your Professional Credentials
Optimal Resume, available through CareerQuest, allows you to create an online presentation of your credentials and portfolio to share with your network through social media and your own customized professional website.
Polish Your Resume and Cover Letter
UMUC's career counselors can assist you in crafting the best resume and cover letter possible to convey your skills, experience and education—and gain the attention of prospective employers.
Prepare for Interviews
Our career counselors can help you practice for your upcoming job interview. Appointments are available in our Largo, Maryland, Career Center or by phone, e-mail or even Skype—just fill out the Talk to a Career Counselor form.
Learn Practical, In-Demand Skills
Three-fourths of employers prefer new graduates with work experience.1 UMUC makes it possible for you to keep your job and gain that experience while pursuing your degree.
1 Source: Based on the National Association of Colleges and Employers report The Job Outlook for the Class of 2014.
View UMUC's big data infographic to learn more about data analytics.
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