You may want to specify what job you are interested in.
When looking for jobs, there are typically 3 categories to consider: geography (where you work), industry (what kind of work your company does), and function (what kind of work you do for your company). You can typically pick 2 of the 3 as long as you are flexible on the 3rd.
I always recommend the book "2-Hour Job Search" as a great framework to begin your job hunt.
Come back with more information about what specifically you are interested in (or a less general category) and I'm sure you will find more answers!
Feel free to lookup available positions at this link:
You should also look at other job sites such as indeed, monster, glassdoor, etc.
I would recommend that your identify what area best suits you and then begin your search, that way you are not confused/overwhelmed :)
Best wishes with your job search.
Go through jobs and see what interests you the most. You can get connected to people from that company on Linkedin or find local meet up groups to know more about the companies and their work.
Some suggestions for job search:
1. Make note of your interests
2. Check out companies in that field
3. Connect to people and ask your questions
4. Maintain notes of people, company and your learnings
5. Enjoy the process :)
If you look online (on google, or yahoo) and type in the name of a company you are interested in and then type "open positions", you will likely be able to access a job board for the company and see what positions are open at this time. In addition, you can call the company's customer service number or recruiting contact to speak to people who know more about the specific roles.
Leonor recommends the following next steps:
Here are all the open positions at Cisco: https://jobs.cisco.com/
Wishing you all the best in your career and educational endeavors!
To guide your career search, ask yourself what the next step in your career looks like and what specifics you are looking (industry, level, size, type of company, and location), then consider finding a mentor for additional information and guidance.
As Jacob shared, check out whttps://www.att.jobs/
You can also find some helpful student resources and information regarding what jobs look like at AT&T and other information specifically on https://www.att.jobs/students
Best wishes to you for success in your career and educational goals.
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Melisa recommends the following next steps: