Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Center for the Junior Year services and peer mentors are available online. The Center for the Junior Year engage and empower students in exploring and clarifying their interests and goals, overcoming personal and academic challenges, and connecting to campus resources and opportunities.
CJY is not an advising center, nor is it a career development center. Working with trained peer mentors, students have a “safe zone” to share their concerns and “design” solutions that fit their particular educational circumstance; from getting through a class to career preparation. The peer mentors help students develop a better understanding of college expectations now and expectations for life after college.
PARKER DEWEY MICRO-INTERNSHIP
Governors State University has a Micro-Internship webpage, in connection with Parker Dewey to provide you with short-term, project-based work for current students and recent grads. Micro-Internships make it easier than ever to gain professional experience, earn a paycheck, cultivate valuable career skills. To learn more or start applying to assignments, connect with a peer mentor in the CJY Virtual Meeting Room or visit: Need more info on what micro-internships are and getting started?
How it Works
Creating an account takes under 5 minutes with no additional paperwork required!
- Companies post paid projects
- Career launchers apply
- Companies choose from candidates
- Career launchers gain work experience