The Student News Site of Weber State University

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

Weber delves deeper into film

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter August 28, 2023

Editors Note: The film studies and communications programs are separate programs  With every passing semester, Weber State University’s video program continues to grow new opportunities and courses...

An Amozon delivery driver carrying a package near an Amazon Prime delivery van.

Wildcats in the Amazon: WSU announces new career program

Brisa Odenthal, Section Editor July 18, 2023

In early July, Weber State University announced that it has been selected to become an education partner in the Amazon Career Choice program. The program, which includes hundreds of schools throughout...

An Amozon delivery driver carrying a package near an Amazon Prime delivery van.

Wildcats en el Amazon: WSU anuncia nuevo programa profesional

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor July 18, 2023

A principios de julio, Weber State University anunció que había sido seleccionada para convertirse en un socio educativo en el programa Amazon Career Choice. El programa, que incluye cientos de escuelas...

The front window display outside of the Career Services Center in the Shepherd Union on Dec. 5. Career Services hosted a career fair on Jan. 24.

Hunting for “hire” horizons: WSU hosts career and internship fair

McKinna Baird and Gretel Monjar January 26, 2023

Weber State University hosted an internship and career fair on Jan. 24 for students to connect with employers offering careers for a wide variety of majors. “There's a lot of education, social sciences,...

EPortfolio, a resource accessible through Canvas, provides a way to create a digital portfolio and enhance future applications.

Folio of the future

Rebecca Baggett March 16, 2022

In a digital era, more employers are going paperless. Due to this change as well as an overall conversion to electronic communication, there is an increasing need for digital options for self-marketing...

Damian Lillard knocks down the game-winning 3-pointer to lift the Portland Trail Blazers past the Oklahoma City Thunder, 118–115, in game five of their first-round playoff series on April 23, 2019 at Moda Center. The Blazers won the series 4–1. Photo credit: MCT

Opinion: Wildcat Legend’s six most memorable moments

Miles Shaw March 17, 2021

Tyler Haslam also contributed to this story. Damian Lillard is the most accomplished athlete to ever put on a purple and white uniform in Ogden. He’s one of three Wildcat basketball players whose...

(Photo courtesy of Pixbay)

So you’re a college graduate, now what?

Ally Nelson April 12, 2019

Most recent grads need resources when it comes to planning out their lives after getting their degrees. Some students will have a prospective job lined up after college that applies to their degree,...

Students and attendees engage with the varying businesses present at the career fair. (Joshua Wineholt  / The Signpost)

Get paid to advance your career

Alexa Nielson November 14, 2018

Most Weber State University students graduate having completed an internship. In fact, many majors require one. However, WSU students also work and often have families outside of school. Getting an...

Senior Airman (Airman First Class at time of photo) Kara Mitchell shooting video during a military exercise on Camp Bullis.

Burn the cat diary, but save the dream

Kara Mitchell March 31, 2018

When I was a kid dreaming of what I would be as an adult, not once did I ever dream about joining the U.S. Air Force.Oh no. I had a simple, four-year plan to success.I devised this plan when I was 8 years...

(Amtec Staffing / Flickr)

Finding jobs begins with a Handshake

Zac Watts January 12, 2018

Handshake, a college career recruiting web program and smartphone app, has come to Weber State University. With over 475 university career centers and 200,000 employers in its wheelhouse, Handshake aims...

Student Carter Smith working at the testing center in the Student Services Building.

Alternative avenues of paying for college

Patrick Luo November 2, 2017

Students who do not qualify for academic or athletic scholarships may find it difficult to pay for their college education. However, finding jobs, paid internships or outside scholarships can assist them...

The March 29 Summer Job Fair is a way for students to engage with businesses which are looking to hire students for seasonal positions in the summer. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Job Fair offers hot summer internships

Juliana Palacio March 31, 2017

The Career Services Summer Job Fair brought together students and employers on March 29 to find part- or full-time positions for the summer or the school year.Fifty-one different businesses attended the...

Load More Stories