Welcome to the Careers section of the SILS Website!

Congratulations to our "Snap a SELFIE" winner, Devon Williams, a rising senior in our BSIS program at SILS!
Devon worked at Adhesion Wealth Advisor Solutions this summer.  Devon wrote "Often I work on quality assurance testing and database projects, which my classes at SILS have thoroughly prepared me for, but each day is different, where anything may be thrown my way. All of these pieces fit together to make a great internship, but on top of it all, the best part is that everyone enjoys what they do here, which is apparent in my selfie."
Thank you to everyone who submitted a picture of their summer experience!  Be on the look out for future SILS contests showcasing how our curriculum and practical experience work together to bring talented students to the work force.
These pages will help students and alumni find career resources, types of employment, and opportunities for networking. This site can also help employers navigate how to post jobs, visit campus, and meet with students through formal and informal networking events.
Our goal at SILS is to offer career development guidance and services so that our students can gain the relevant experience they need during their program to be successful in their post-SILS positions. 
As you begin your career path at SILS, keep in mind the functions, people and setting for your career goals.  
  • Functions: What are those things I enjoy most in my job? (e.g. information and knowledge creation; organization and description; preservation; analysis; evaluation; management; communication) What classes and subjects have been my favorites and why?
  • People: How do I interact with people? What communities (e.g. youth, children, students, working adults, seniors) do I like to work with as colleagues or clients? Do I prefer to work mostly with people or do I prefer working mostly by myself?
  • Setting: Do I want a work setting that is academic, public, non-profit, government, or corporate? Do I want a setting more highly-structured or more informal? Is it a quiet environment or busy setting?
Your answers to these questions are one way to help you see patterns, themes and relationships between your career preferences. Where your answers intersect highlight a strong focus when considering career directions as an informational professional.
Questions can be addressed to SILS' Career Services Coordinator, Lori Haight