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Capitol Colege offers a resume exchange and job-posting site maintained by NACE Link for the exclusive use of Capitol College students and alumni. You may access the service at

Create a username and password and complete a brief profile the first time you log on. After creating an account, you can upload your resumes and search the job postings. You do not need to post a resume to search for jobs, but you must post a resume to apply for off-campus jobs. A resume does not need to be on file to apply for on-campus work-study positions. For these positions, contact the individual campus department and the Office of Financial Aid.

The Office of Career Services approves all uploaded resumes and cover letters before they can be used. Until resumes and cover letters are approved, they are given a pending status. Resumes and cover letters are generally approved within 24 hours after posting. Once approved, you may apply for posted off-campus jobs; staff will also begin referring student resumes to various employers.

You are encouraged to update your profile (especially your contact information) each semester and keep your resume up to date. The information in the profile allows career services to alert you to career opportunities and provide information about upcoming events.

After applying for a posted position, or after a resume is referred , you are identified by employers for interviews. If you are are contacted, you are encouraged to contact the director of career services for help preparing for any interviews.

USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government.  It is your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information. On occasion positions in the Federal Government will be added to the Online Career Center.  However if federal employment is your goal it will benefit you to explore USAJOBS and create an account.
Capitol College will no longer be utilizing the Optimal Resume software.  If you are interested in assistance creating and/or editing a resume or cover letter, please email
Who should register?
Any undergraduate or graduate student looking for any career related employment either full-time or part-time should register. Students looking for on-campus employment opportunities should also register.
What does registering do for me?
Registering with the OnlineCareerCenter allows the Office of Career Services to provide you with information to maximize your career search and enables you to:
  • Upload up to 10 resumes and cover letters and use them to apply for posted employment opportunities. It also allows you to choose a default resume that the Office of Career Services can refer to potential employers.
  • Search for on-campus and off-campus, full-time and part-time positions.
  • Learn about career workshops and career fairs both on-campus and in the surrounding area.
When should I begin working with Career Services?
Students interested in co-op positions should contact the Office of Career Services during their sophomore year. Undergraduate students seeking full-time employment upon graduation should contact the Office of Career Services during their junior year. Graduate students should contact the office six to nine months prior to completing their program.