No simple answer, but your iternship is certainly a plus as even those can be hard to come by. Check the Student
and Early Career Section of the ACHE - Career Services website and there is
information as well as other resources for
Students and Early Careerists. You should also investigate the local ACHE Chapters
as they are often good sources for local activity as well. Networking is still the key. I suggest you check out the Career
Management Network on the Members Only section of the ACHE - Career Services
Website. You will be able to enter criteria to access ACHE Volunteer Networking
contacts. Be flexible as to where you start. It might not be the perfect job, but if it is with a good organization that provides a career path and/or the role allows you to learn and develop, it should be considered. Mike Broscio - ACHE Career Resource Center.