Job Search Strategies, Websites, and Industry-Specific Tools

These resources are here to give you a starting place for your job search. In addition to using job search websites, we strongly encourage you to network through Connect Westminster, Westminster University’s LinkedIn, and keeping in touch with faculty and classmates. Job searching is a multi-pronged approach – don't invest all your time in one area.

Job Search Platforms Provided by Westminster University

Jobs at Westminster
Start your career at Westminster University. Check out the job board for student employment, internship opportunities, staff positions, and faculty openings.

This is a members-only platform, free to you courtesy of the Westminster University Career Center, that pulls job postings from job boards and company website across the internet and puts them all in one place. A powerful search tool that saves time and energy in the job search.

Utah Nonprofits Association
Check out the job board and also look under the Membership Directory to get an idea of what is available.

Go here for tech jobs, companies, and trends. Find tech companies that share your values.

LinkedIn Jobs
Allows you to harness the power of your network to uncover insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.

As one of the largest job search websites in the world, you will find vast numbers of jobs and industries represented. Be sure to use the filter options to better search for applicable opportunities.

Industry-Specific Job Search Tools

Questions about your job search? Schedule an appointment with a Career Coach.



Computer Science

  • Cracking the Coding Interview, by Gayle Laakmann McDowell. This book contains 189 programming questions and solutions. Westminster University Computer Science alumni recommend using this book to prepare for the technical part of job interviews.

Outdoor Industry

Public Health

  • 101+ Careers in Public Health, by Beth Seltzer, MD, MPH. This book contains 22 chapters on public health careers, ranging from infectious disease and disaster preparedness to nonprofit organizations and mental health.

Theater and Fine Arts

Avoiding Employment Scams

Employment scams are on the rise, and it is important for you to evaluate opportunities with a critical eye to protect yourself and your personal information.