Explore Career and Job Options

Whether you are unsure about which direction your career path will take, want to confirm a career decision you have already made, or anywhere in between, the Career Center can help. We have resources available to you that can provide:

  • A place to start:We have tools to help you identify your interests, strengths, and values.
  • A direction to head in: Explore what academic major and career paths might be the best fit for you.
  • A plan of action: We can help clarify the steps to prepare you for a career, evaluate choices, and research additional options.
  • A way to navigate: We offer one-on-one coaching for your chosen academic and professional career.

Career coaching and assessment is available to all Westminster students and alums for life. To schedule an appointment, call the Career Center at 801.832.2590 or get started on Handshake.

Career Assessments Offered by the Career Center

Job Search Websites

General Search Engines

  • Handshake: Handshake is a place where students, career centers, and recruiters come to meet, talk, and share opportunities.
  • LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn allows you to harness the power of your network to uncover insights, like whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
  • Indeed: Indeed pulls job postings from multiple sites, including company web pages, jobs.utah.gov, Craigslist, KSL, and more, to make your job search easier.
  • Glassdoor: Glassdoor provides an insider's look at jobs and companies, even sharing interview questions and salaries. You should first establish a free account (email rather than Facebook seems to work better).
  • KSL: KSL allows you to search for local job opportunities.
  • SimplyHired: Simply Hired is a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley with the goal of building the largest online database of jobs on the planet. Their want to make finding your next job a simple, effective, and enjoyable journey.

Utah, Government, and Nonprofit Search Engines

  • Utah's Department of Workforce Services: You can register to look for a job in Utah, schedule a workshop, get information on job fairs, and more with Utah's Department of Workforce Services.
  • Utah Nonprofits Association: Check out Utah Nonprofits Association's job board and membership directory to see what nonprofit jobs are available.
  • Idealist: Idealist list jobs, volunteer opportunities, and internships in the nonprofit sector.
  • Utah Hospitality Jobs: Utah Hospitality Jobs lists jobs with hotels, resorts, and transportation companies in Utah.


International Internship Sites

  • Transitions Abroad: Transitions Abroad provides a good overview of interning abroad.
  • Going Global: Going Global allows you to search by country for internships and jobs overseas.
  • Foundation for Sustainable Development: The Foundation for Sustainable Development achieves community-driven goals through asset-based development, international exchange, and internships in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
  • U.S. State Department Student Programs: The U.S. State Department offers student internships in embassies overseas and in Washington, D.C..
  • GoAbroad: GoAbroad offers lists of internship programs abroad.
  • CIS Abroad: CIS Abroad offers you the chance to work overseas for a month to a year, customizing each internship to your personal and professional goals. You can work in tropical rain forests, market products in fashion design, or guide tourists through museums.
  • International Studies Abroad (ISA): ISA offers both internships and community-engaged learning, and aims to help students find a different kind of experience abroad.
  • Help International: Help International was designed to empower people to fight global poverty through sustainable, life-changing development programs, volunteer opportunities, and internships.