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How to Find LEEP Projects &
Summer Opportunities in the
Clark Recruiter
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What is the Clark Recruiter?
• The Clark Recruiter is the career management system
for Clark University students and alumni.
• Career Services posts thousands of internship and job
opportunities each year in a diverse array of industry
and geographical settings.
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How to Access the Clark Recruiter
• Visit the Career Services website: http://www.clarku.edu/offices/career/
• Click on the Clark Recruiter logo on the right side of the page
Logging into the Clark Recruiter
When prompted, choose “Student/Alumni” as user type
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Logging into the Clark Recruiter
• All current Clark undergraduate students already have an account in the
database. You do not have to create a new account.
• If you have never logged in before, your username is your clarku.edu email
address and your temporary password is clarkstudent.
• If you have logged in before but have forgotten your password press the
“forgot password” button.
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Logging into the Clark Recruiter
Your Clark Recruiter homepage should look similar to the picture
below. If this is your first time logging in, you may be required to
change your password and answer some profile questions before
you can proceed.
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Searching for a LEEP Project
• If you are searching for a
LEEP Project, scroll down to
the bottom of your
homepage. On the right hand
side, under shortcuts, select
the “LEEP Projects” link.
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Searching for a LEEP Project
The current list of LEEP Projects that the LEEP Center has secured
(alumni sponsored & community partners) will automatically populate.
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Searching for a LEEP Project
• If you are looking for a specific project, type a word in to the
keyword box and search.
• For example, if you are looking for a LEEP Project in the Clark
University Physics department, search for “Physics”
Designing your own
LEEP Project
• You may secure or design your own project using the
resources of the LEEP Center, Clark Recruiter, or your own
network.
• Follow the instructions provided on the following slides to
search for additional opportunities in the Clark Recruiter.
• Please note that funding is competitive and preference is
given to those students completing projects posted by the
LEEP Center – in other words, projects sponsored by a Clark
alumnus, community partner, or faculty member at Clark.
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
• When searching for a summer opportunity in the database, you may
need to do more than one search to narrow down your list.
• On your Clark Recruiter homepage, locate the “jobs” tab at the top
of the page and select “Clarkies Only (start here)”
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
• Once on the jobs page, select “Advanced Search”
• There are two ways you can easily search for summer opportunities
using the “Advanced Search” feature.
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
1. Filter using keyword search & position type
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
The picture below shows an example of the results found when searching
for “summer” in the keyword box and selecting internship, volunteer &
temporary/seasonal in the position type.
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
2. Filter position type & application deadline
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Searching for a Summer
Opportunity
The picture below shows an example of the results found when selecting
internship, volunteer & temporary/seasonal in the position type and the
application deadline search perimeters of March 6, 2015 – June 5, 2015.
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Using Employer Directory to
Search for Opportunities
• Another way to search for summer opportunities in the Clark Recruiter is
through the Employer Directory.
• Access the directory by selecting Employer Directory from the drop down
menu under the employer tab at the top of the page.
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Using Employer Directory to
Search for Opportunities
• You are able to search for
organizations by industry,
location or keyword
• Once you complete your
desired search, a list of
organizations will
populate. Click on a
desired organization. You
will be directed to their
profile where you can see
if there are any open
positions.
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Using Employer Directory to
Search for Opportunities
• The Employer Directory should also be used to identify
organizations that may be of interest to you.
• Even if an organization does not have a summer opportunity
currently posted in our database, you should still take a look at
their website. There may be positions listed there that would
be appropriate for now or for the future!
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Questions?
Contact the LEEP Center at: [email protected]
Or stop by Dana Commons for
Summer Advising Drop-in hours: Weekdays, 2-4 p.m.
Come in to discuss LEEP Projects, competitive summer programs,
study abroad, summer courses, internships and jobs!
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