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UIC Student Employment Office
Student Services Building,
Suite 2100
1200 West Harrison Street
(M/C 335)
Chicago, Illinois 60607-3344
Phone: (312) 996-3130
Fax: (312) 413-7944

EMAIL
studentjobs@uic.edu

OFFICE HOURS:
M-F : 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

WEBSITE:
http://www.seo.uic.edu

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Job Location & Development (JLD) Program

WHAT IS JLD?

The Job Location and Development (JLD) Program is a service through the Student Employment Office that assists employers to connect with enrolled students who are seeking off-campus career related employment that is part-time year-round employment and full-time summer employment. The program is centered on creating real-world experiences and for students to increase self-knowledge and develop marketable skills that provide a solid foundation for securing career-related options beyond graduation.  JLD is a federally funded program which operates year-round.  Employers post their job opportunities through UICCAREERS.COM.  The JLD coordinator works to develop off campus positions for students in ALL MAJORS.  Additional services include providing access to employment opportunity information and various workshops developed to improve resume writing, interviewing skills and job fair networking opportunities. 

JLD students work in business administration, banking, hospitality, criminal justice, food services, education, information technology, advertising, healthcare, media and many other industries.  Positions include editorial intern, lifeguard, human resources intern, legal clerk, sales intern, research assistant, tutor, library assistant, marketing promotion intern, office operations analyst, camp counselor and many more. 

STUDENT ELIGIBILITY

In order to participate in the JLD Program you:

  1. Must be a UIC student and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours.
  2. Cannot be a senior in your last semester in order to participate in this program.
  3. Must also be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to utilize the JLD Program.

To register with the JLD Program:

  • Pick up a JLD application from our office (SSB, 2100) and submit it with a resume. (If you don’t have a resume, we’ll help you write one).
  • You will need to schedule a one (1) hour appointment with the JLD coordinator to interview and discuss your interests and to obtain more information about the positions and program.
  • Once you meet with the JLD coordinator and submit an approved resume, they will give you “Student Employment JLD Program” access on www.UICcareers.com where you can apply to “JLD Internships” accordingly.
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