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The Center for Career Opportunities at Purdue University provides access to student and alumni resumes only to organizations who will be directly hiring those candidates. The database contains resumes of those seeking internships and full-time, post-graduation employment. There is a limit to the quantity of resumes we are able to send, so please be selective in the number of majors and the graduation date range. Your request will be complete within three business days.

Tips for Success:

  1. GPA: If you input a GPA requirement, students whose resumes do not contain a GPA will not be referred. Purdue's grading is on a 4.0 scale and is widely known among its peers for not practicing grade inflation, so we’re very confident that many students with a GPA of less than a 3.0 will perform well in their professional roles.
  2. KEYWORDS: If you use key words, please limit to one or two.
  3. FOLLOW-UP: Once you receive your resumes, you can reach out to candidates encouraging them to apply to your position or attend your company event.

Note: All fields with a red asterisk must be completed.

If you are experiencing difficulty working with this form, please send an email request to hire@purdue.edu with your organization's name, phone number, and all the details that would have been submitted on the form.

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Ag EconAgribusinessAgricultural Communication
Agricultural Systems ManagementAgronomic Sciences & BusinessAnimal Sciences & Business
Biochemistry (AG)Botany & Plant PathologyED Agriculture Education
EntomologyFarm ManagementFood Science
Forestry & Fisheries & Natural Resources & WildlifeHorticulture Sciences & BusinessInterdisciplinary Agriculture
Landscape ArchitectureNatl. Resources and Environmental SciencesPlant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology
Sales & MarketingTurf Science
Computing & Instructional Development ( MS Phd)
Counseling ( MS Only)Education Administration ( MS Phd)Education Majors (Retired Programs)
Elementary EducationSocial Studies EducationSpecial Education
Accoustical Engineering MDEAeronautical Astronautical EngineeringBiological Engineering/ Food Process Engr
Biomedical EngineeringChemical EngineeringCivil Engineering
Construction Engineering & MgmtElectrical & Computer EngineeringEngineering Education ( MS PHD ONLY)
Engineering Management MDEEnvironmental & Ecological EngineeringEnvironmental & Natl Resource Engineering
Industrial EngineeringInterdisciplinary Engineering all ConcentrationsLand Surveying Engr ( Retired Program)
Machine Systems EngineeringMaterials Science & EngineeringMechanical Engineering
Multidisciplinary all other ConcentrationsNuclear EngineeringVisual Design and Innovative Design MDE
Apparel Design & TechnologyApplied Exercise & HealthAthletic Training
Brain & Behavioral SciencesConsumer & Family EconomicsConsumer Behavior ( Adv Degree only)
DieteticsED Consumer & Family Sciences EducationED Early Childhood Education & Exceptional Needs
ED Physical Education & or Health EducationEnvironmental Health ScienceFinancial Counseling & Planning
Foods & Nutrition in BusinessGeneral Health SciencesHospitality & Tourism Mgmt
Human Services (prev. Child Dev & Family studies)Marriage & Family TherapyMedical Laboratory Sciences
Movement & Sport SciencesNursingNutrition & Fitness & Health
Nutrition ScienceOccupational Health Sciences ( Industrial Hygiene)Psychological Sciences
Public Health PromotionRadiological Health SciencesRetail Management
Selling & Sales ManagementSpeech, Language & Hearing Sciences
Art History & Fine Arts & Photography
Classical StudiesCollege Student Affairs (retired program)Communication
Comparative LiteratureEconomics (Liberal Arts)ED English Education
ED Fine Arts or Visual Arts EducationED Foreign Languages EducationEnglish
Film & Video StudiesForeign Languages & LiteratureHistory
Industrial DesignInterdisciplinary StudiesInterior Design
LinguisticsPhilosophyPolitical Science
Professional WritingSociology & Anthropology & Law and SocietyTheater-Theater Design & Technology
Visual Communication Design
Clinical PharmacyIndustrial & Physical Pharmacy
Medicinal Chemistry & Molecular PharmacognosyNuclear PharmacyPharm D (Professional Degree)
Pharmaceutical SciencesPharmacology & ToxicologyPharmacy (BS Only) Retired Program
Pharmacy AdministrationPre Pharmacy (Prof Degree)
Actuarial Science
Analytical Chemistry (MS Phd)Biochemistry (Sci)Biological Chemistry (MS Phd)
Biological SciencesChemical Education (MS Phd)Chemistry (BS Only)
Computer ScienceEarth & Atmospheric SciencesED Biology Education
ED Chemistry EducationED Earth Space Science EducationED Mathematics Education
ED Physics EducationInorganic Chemistry(MS Phd)Interdisciplinary Science
MathematicsOrganic Chemistry (MS Phd)Physical Chemistry (MS Phd)
PhysicsStatistics & Applied Statistics
Veterinary Clinical Sciences ( MS PHd programs)
Veterinary Medicine DVM (Professional Degree)Veterinary Technology ( AS or BS only )
Aeronautical Engineering Tech
Aerospace Financial AnalysisAirline Management and OperationsAirport Management and Operations
AnimationAutomation and Systems Integration Engr TechAviation Management Tech
Aviation Prof. Flight TechnologyBuilding Construction Management TechnologyBuilding Information Modeling
Comp&Info Tech - Info SystemsComp&Info Tech Systems Analsys & DesignComputer Graphics original program
Computer&Info Tech - Network Engr TechCybersecurityData Visualization
Demolition & Restoration Management in Built EnvironmentED Engineering/Technology Teacher EducationEffects Technical Direction
Electrical & Computer Engineering TechnologyGame StudiesHealthcare Construction Management
Human Centered Design and Dev.Industrial Engineering Technology IETMechanical & Electrical Construction Management
Mechanical Engineering TechMechatronics Engineering TechnologyOrganizational Leadership
Residential Construction ManagementRobotics Engineering TechnologySupply Chain Management Technology
Technology (Masters/Ph.D)Transdisciplinary Studies in TechnologyUnmanned Aerial Systems
Virtual Product IntegrationVisual Effects CompostingWeb Programming and Design
AccountingBusiness AnalyticsEconomics (Krannert)
Finance BS ONLYIndustrial ManagementKrannert Accounting MS
Krannert Business Analytics and Information Management MSKrannert Finance (MS only)Krannert Global Entrepreneurship Program ( MS)
Krannert Global Supply Chain Mgmt (MS)Krannert Industrial Administration MSKrannert Management Phd Program
Krannert Marketing MSKrannert MBAKrannert MSHRM Human Resource Mgmt ( MS Phd)
Management BS ProgramManagement Information Systems MISMarketing
Strategy and Human Resources (HR)Supply Chain, Operations and Manufacturing





WHAT IS MyCCO?

MyCCO is where Purdue University students and alumni search and apply for internships and full-time positions, schedule interviews, and see what companies are coming to campus for career fairs and information sessions.

HOW DO I ACCESS MY ACCOUNT?

If you are a current student, simply click the Login button to the left and enter your Purdue login and password.

HOW CAN I MAKE THE MOST OF MY ACCOUNT?

Edit Profile Privacy to be included in Resume Books and receive emails from myCCO.

Resume Books are a feature of myCCO that allow employers to pull resumes from students who meet the criteria of a position they are looking to fill.  When you say Yes to Resume Books in the Privacy section in your Account Settings, you have more opportunities to have your resume seen by employers.

Upload Your Resume, Cover Letter, and Transcript

Your myCCO account will not be active until you upload a resume

  1. Click on “Resumes ETC” on the left side navigation bar
    2. Select “Add New”
    3. Add a descriptive label to help you remember each document. Employers will not be able to see the label.
    4. Select your document type. Use “Other Documents” for your transcript.

Search and Apply for Jobs & On-Campus Interviews
1. Click on “Jobs” on the left side navigation bar.

  1. Click on “Discover.”
    3. Use the search bar and the “More Filters” search options to find job postings relevant you.
  2. Click the “Apply” button and submit the required documents. If you see you are Not Qualified, it means you do not meet all screening criteria, including major, degree, graduation date, and work authorization.
    Note: Read the job posting carefully as the employer may also refer you to the company website to apply.

Create Job Alert
1. Using the My Filters dropdown, select your criteria and click “Apply.”
2. Click “Create Job Alert”
3. You can then go to the “Job Alerts” located under the Search key to see all of your saved searches and select how often you would like to receive emails with your alerts. You can    also delete job alerts.

 

WHAT ELSE COMES WITH MyCCO ACCOUNT?

From the myCCO Desktop, select the “Resources” tab for access to additional resources that are exclusive to Purdue student:

  1. Career Spots Videos is a virtual library of various careers and expert advice from professionals on how to find a job and internship.
  2. Career Explorer uses U.S. Department of Labor’s O*Net Online to learn more about careers
  3. Career Finder helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
  4. Diligence Lab helps you know what your online presence says about you to possible future employers.
  5. Mergent Online Database offers a wealth of textual detail on companies
  6. Career Beam is a full service career development portal designed to provide all the resources necessary to guide individuals through the strategic job search process and achieve their career goals.
  7. Big Interview helps you learn and practice your interview skills whether you are interviewing for a job or graduate school.
  8. Versatile PhD is an online resource to help graduate students and PhDs in all fields identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers.
  9. JobNow provides you with practical tools to help you get a job.
  10. Ascend Indiana is a catalyst across industry sectors to help connect the supply of skilled talent to demand from Indiana employers.
  11. MBA Exchange is a job search tool dedicated to business school students and alumni with global coverage.

Have questions? Please contact the CCO at askcco@purdue.edu.

I agree to:

Accurate Information: Certify my job search documents to be truthful and accurate

Grant Access: Allow CCO to provide my job search documents to prospective employers

Honor Commitments: Keep all appointments that I've scheduled with employers and CCO Staff

Genuine Interest: Sign up for interviews with only employers with whom I'm interested in working

Professional Conduct: Accept an offer of employment in good faith and immediately notify employers of acceptance or non-acceptance of the offer. Withdraw from interviewing process and no longer pursue positions with other employers

Report Suspicious Inqueries: Understand that job seekers can be deceived by organizations posing as legitimate employers. Evidence of this behavior includes requests for personal information (i.e. social security numbers or credit card numbers) and requests for money. If you're suspicious of such an organization, do not respond to them and please share details with us at askcco@purdue.edu

Consequences for Non-Compliance: Accept that failure to adhere to any point in this agreement may result in the removal of my interview privileges in the Center for Career Opportunities

The CCO agrees to:

Provide Services: Assist you with your career decision-making and job search activities

Access of Information: Provide access to a range of career opportunities and types of employers

Non-Discrimination: Provide access and reasonable accommodations to prospective employers without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability

Protect Confidentiality: Exercise sound judgment and fairness in maintaining your confidentiality

Student Advocacy: Respond to employer EEO non-compliance concerns and unethical behavior. Follow-up with those posting suspicious vacancies, when possible, and consult with students and alumni affected by this dubious behavior

On-campus Interviewing: Cancellation and Missed Interview Policy

If you must miss an interview, you are required to cancel it in advance. When you fail to cancel your interviews in a timely fashion or do not appear for your interviews, your actions reflect poorly on you as an individual and on the University as a whole. Not only do you inconvenience the employer, but you may also deprive another student of a valuable interview opportunity. These situations, if unchecked may also have more serious implications on the University's relationships with employers overall.

Therefore, the Center for Career Opportunities treats these incidents very seriously and advises you to take special note of the following Cancellation and Missed Interview Policy.

Interview Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations will NOT be accepted via email or voice mail.
  • Students must appear in person in Young 132 to complete paper work before an interview can be cancelled
  • Students are required to give three business days or 72 hours notice to cancel an interview
  • Always investigate an alternate date with the employer before you cancel an interview
  • It is your responsibility to speak personally with the employer representative and explain why you will not be attending the interview. Be aware, however that the employer may still report you to the CCO
  • If you cancel an appointment directly with an employer, remember to also contact the CCO
  • Regional Campus Students ( Purdue Calumet, IUPUI, Purdue North Central and IUPU Ft Wayne ) are required to work through their Regional Career Services office to cancel interviews. The Regional Campus Liaison will forward the information regarding the cancellation

Sudden Illness or Serious Personal Emergency on Interview Day

  • Students are expected to contact the CCO (765) 494 - 3981 prior to their interview time. Employers check-in between 8 and 8:30 AM and should be notified prior to that time

Employers typically are not in the office on weekends. Monday appointments should be cancelled no later than Friday morning.

If you miss an interview:

  • Your myCCO account will be locked
  • You will receive an e-mail from CCO with instructions to come to Young 132 immediately to resolve this matter
  • You will be required to meet with a walk-in counselor and discuss the reason you missed the business appointment to which you committed
  • The discussion and your reason for missing the interview will determine whether or not your file will be reactivated and if you will have the opportunity to use myCCO in the future.

What is myCCO?

MyCCO is where Purdue University students and alumni search and apply for internships and full-time positions, schedule interviews, and see what companies are coming to campus for career fairs and information sessions.

How can myCCO help me?

Employers posting jobs, internships, and other opportunities on myCCO want YOU. Using the myCCO service allows you to take advantage of Purdue University’s reputation and vast network of industry connections.

How do I get a myCCO account?

  1. As a first time user enter your PUID as both your user name and password.(NOTE: the first 2 digits MUST be a double zero (00) even if they're not included in your current PUID. For example: 0012345678). Your PUID (with the double zero) will always be your username to log in to myCCO. Once you have completed your myCCO profile, the system will send an email with your "NEW" password.
  2. Read the “Participation Agreement” and “Cancellation and Missed Interview Policy” before clicking “I Agree to Terms.”
  3. Complete all required fields when completing your profile.

* If you need to request your PU-ID: Click here to submit the Alumni PU-ID Request form and the CCO will respond to your request within 3-5 business days. 

HOW CAN I MAKE THE MOST OF MY ACCOUNT?

Edit Profile Privacy to be included in Resume Books and receive emails from myCCO.

Resume Books are a feature of myCCO that allow employers to pull resumes from students who meet the criteria of a position they are looking to fill.  When you say Yes to Resume Books in the Privacy section in your Account Settings, you have more opportunities to have your resume seen by employers.

Upload Your Resume, Cover Letter, and Transcript

Your myCCO account will not be active until you upload a resume

  1. Click on “Resumes ETC” on the left side navigation bar
    2. Select “Add New”
    3. Add a descriptive label to help you remember each document. Employers will not be able to see the label.
    4. Select your document type. Use “Other Documents” for your transcript.

Search and Apply for Jobs & On-Campus Interviews
1. Click on “Jobs” on the left side navigation bar.

  1. Click on “Discover.”
    3. Use the search bar and the “More Filters” search options to find job postings relevant you.
  2. Click the “Apply” button and submit the required documents. If you see you are Not Qualified, it means you do not meet all screening criteria, including major, degree, graduation date, and work authorization.
    Note: Read the job posting carefully as the employer may also refer you to the company website to apply.

Create Job Alert
1. Using the My Filters dropdown, select your criteria and click “Apply.”
2. Click “Create Job Alert”
3. You can then go to the “Job Alerts” located under the Search key to see all of your saved searches and select how often you would like to receive emails with your alerts. You can    also delete job alerts.

 

WHAT ELSE COMES WITH MyCCO ACCOUNT?

From the myCCO Desktop, select the “Resources” tab for access to additional resources that are exclusive to Purdue student:

  1. Career Spots Videos is a virtual library of various careers and expert advice from professionals on how to find a job and internship.
  2. Career Explorer uses U.S. Department of Labor’s O*Net Online to learn more about careers
  3. Career Finder helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
  4. Diligence Lab helps you know what your online presence says about you to possible future employers.
  5. Mergent Online Database offers a wealth of textual detail on companies
  6. Career Beam is a full service career development portal designed to provide all the resources necessary to guide individuals through the strategic job search process and achieve their career goals.
  7. Big Interview helps you learn and practice your interview skills whether you are interviewing for a job or graduate school.
  8. Versatile PhD is an online resource to help graduate students and PhDs in all fields identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers.
  9. JobNow provides you with practical tools to help you get a job.
  10. Ascend Indiana is a catalyst across industry sectors to help connect the supply of skilled talent to demand from Indiana employers.
  11. MBA Exchange is a job search tool dedicated to business school students and alumni with global coverage.

Have questions? Please contact the CCO at askcco@purdue.edu.

 

I agree to:

Accurate Information: Certify my job search documents to be truthful and accurate

Grant Access: Allow CCO to provide my job search documents to prospective employers

Honor Commitments: Keep all appointments that I've scheduled with employers and CCO Staff

Genuine Interest: Sign up for interviews with only employers with whom I'm interested in working

Professional Conduct: Accept an offer of employment in good faith and immediately notify employers of acceptance or non-acceptance of the offer. Withdraw from interviewing process and no longer pursue positions with other employers

Report Suspicious Inqueries: Understand that job seekers can be deceived by organizations posing as legitimate employers. Evidence of this behavior includes requests for personal information (i.e. social security numbers or credit card numbers) and requests for money. If you're suspicious of such an organization, do not respond to them and please share details with us at askcco@purdue.edu

Consequences for Non-Compliance: Accept that failure to adhere to any point in this agreement may result in the removal of my interview privileges in the Center for Career Opportunities

The CCO agrees to:

Provide Services: Assist you with your career decision-making and job search activities

Access of Information: Provide access to a range of career opportunities and types of employers

Non-Discrimination: Provide access and reasonable accommodations to prospective employers without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability

Protect Confidentiality: Exercise sound judgment and fairness in maintaining your confidentiality

Student Advocacy: Respond to employer EEO non-compliance concerns and unethical behavior. Follow-up with those posting suspicious vacancies, when possible, and consult with students and alumni affected by this dubious behavior

On-campus Interviewing: Cancellation and Missed Interview Policy

If you must miss an interview, you are required to cancel it in advance. When you fail to cancel your interviews in a timely fashion or do not appear for your interviews, your actions reflect poorly on you as an individual and on the University as a whole. Not only do you inconvenience the employer, but you may also deprive another student of a valuable interview opportunity. These situations, if unchecked may also have more serious implications on the University's relationships with employers overall.

Therefore, the Center for Career Opportunities treats these incidents very seriously and advises you to take special note of the following Cancellation and Missed Interview Policy.

Interview Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations will NOT be accepted via email or voice mail.
  • Students must appear in person in Young 132 to complete paper work before an interview can be cancelled
  • Students are required to give three business days or 72 hours notice to cancel an interview
  • Always investigate an alternate date with the employer before you cancel an interview
  • It is your responsibility to speak personally with the employer representative and explain why you will not be attending the interview. Be aware, however that the employer may still report you to the CCO
  • If you cancel an appointment directly with an employer, remember to also contact the CCO
  • Regional Campus Students ( Purdue Calumet, IUPUI, Purdue North Central and IUPU Ft Wayne ) are required to work through their Regional Career Services office to cancel interviews. The Regional Campus Liaison will forward the information regarding the cancellation

Sudden Illness or Serious Personal Emergency on Interview Day

  • Students are expected to contact the CCO (765) 494 - 3981 prior to their interview time. Employers check-in between 8 and 8:30 AM and should be notified prior to that time

Employers typically are not in the office on weekends. Monday appointments should be cancelled no later than Friday morning.

If you miss an interview:

  • Your myCCO account will be locked
  • You will receive an e-mail from CCO with instructions to come to Young 132 immediately to resolve this matter
  • You will be required to meet with a walk-in counselor and discuss the reason you missed the business appointment to which you committed
  • The discussion and your reason for missing the interview will determine whether or not your file will be reactivated and if you will have the opportunity to use myCCO in the future.