Finding employment relies heavily on networking and research. Networking happens in the hallways at school, sitting in the classrooms, at social gatherings and business events. If there's at least one other person in close proximity there's an opportunity to connect. Networking is an attitude, not an event.
Researching job opportunities online and reaching out to connect with employers at job fairs, meet and greets, literature tables and company information sessions makes a world of difference in your job search process. Anytime you can get in front of an employer and introduce yourself, you've increased your odds at getting a job.
If you feel lost in your job search process, please connect with Career Services for assistance.