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Welcome, Brenau CBC Students!
(includes in-person, online, undergraduate, and graduate students!)

Let Us Help You Find Your Future!!!

There are TWO ways the CBC can help you increase your chances of finding a job or internship match. 

1: We share opportunities via the CBC Job and Internships board. You may also find other intern opportunities via the Brenau Career Services Handshake account or even Brenau University (search for "intern"). Then YOU (the student) must apply for, and win, the position (regardless of which system you use to apply). We are here to help you through the process and increase your odds of success!!! Let us know what you need!!! Or......

2: Employers come to us looking for a match, and we share the latest CBC Resume LookBook with them. They then contact students who may be a potential match. 

Either way, you need a resume, interview preparation, and professional attire!
The CBC can help you with all three of these!!!!
Once you have a resume, be sure to upload it to our resume database below to be included in the CBC's Resume LookBook!!!

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You need a resume that will pass ATS screening systems!!

  • Using your tiger.brenau Google account, follow the steps below to create or modify your resume. Then be sure to upload it below to be included in the CBC's resume book for employers!
    1. Copy this simple resume template into your own Google Drive account. With the template open, follow the steps below;
      1. Click "File"
      2. Choose "Make a Copy"
      3. Name the File using "LastName_FirstName_Resume"
      4. Modify the information to make it yours!! Need resume or LinkedIn account tips? Find them below!
    2. Once you have your resume filled out, submit it below!
  • What is an ATS? (applicant tracking system) and why should you care about having a resume that can pass it?

Tiger Threads Closet

The CBC at Brenau University understands the importance of professionalism when interviewing for an internship or job. To help students along their career paths, Brenau CBC offers a complimentary professional clothing closet called Tiger Threads. CBC Students have FREE access to professional looks with great looking suits in all sizes, and lots of appropriate accessories to polish your look (and students get to keep their items)!! If you are a CBC Student interested in learning more, or an individual interested in donating to the program, please send an email to us here. 

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Submit Your Resume to the
CBC's Resume LookBook!!

Students, use your email address to complete the form below to be added to the CBC email list to receive the latest updates, AND give the CBC permission to add your resume to the CBC's Resume LookBook!!! 

CBC Internships/Jobs Email Updates Sign-Up

Tips for Finding Internships & Jobs!

* "9 Resume Tips for College Students (With Examples)" from

* "A Complete Guide to Internships" from

* "What to Expect During an Internship Interview (With Tips)" from

* "What is LinkedIn?" from Business News Daily

* "Getting Hired With Limited Work Experience" from Business News Daily

* "Building a Great Student LinkedIn Profile" from (be sure to connect with your Professors!!) :)

* "Quick LinkedIn Profile Checklist for College Students" from

* "How to Describe Yourself in an Interview" from

* "How to Find a Mentor in College" from

* "How Networking Can Lead to Internships" from

* COMING SOON!! Learn about opportunities to work with CBC Alumni. 
       * Tigers Helping Tigers!

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Guidelines for International Student Workers

The United States has strict rules for international students who want to work during their studies.

General Limitations

Employment must not displace a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
Employment must be related to the student's field of study, if required.
Students must maintain valid F-1 or M-1 status.
Students must report their employment to their DSO.

On-Campus Employment

F-1 Students: Eligible for on-campus employment (up to 20 hours per week during the semester) without prior authorization.

M-1 Students: Must obtain authorization from their Designated School Official (DSO) before working on-campus. Then eligible to work up to 20 hours per week during the semester, or full-time during breaks.

Off-Campus Employment

F-1 Students: Generally not eligible during the first academic year. After the first year, they may apply for off-campus employment under certain conditions, such as Curricular Practical Training (CPT), Optional Practical Training (OPT), or severe economic hardship.

M-1 Students: Must obtain authorization from their DSO before working off-campus.

Additional Resources

Please note that this is general information and specific requirements may vary depending on the student's visa status and program of study. It is always advisable to consult with Brenau University's International Student Office for the most up-to-date information and guidance.