Students and Recent Graduates

Welcome undergraduates, graduate students and new alumni! The Career Engagement Office (CEO) offers a wide range of programs and services to help you learn about your own professional formation.

Connect with a career coach to develop your own professional formation and find experiential learning opportunities to propel your career. Together we can:

  • Help you with exploring career paths
  • Find internships
  • Conduct a successful job search
  • Apply to graduate school
  • Prepare for your next professional role

Our staff is passionate about helping you find work that is meaningful to you and that will allow you to contribute your talents, skills, and experience to make a difference in the world.

Make a Career Coaching Appointment

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Educating The Whole Person

Monday through Friday by appointment career coaching is available for 30-minute individual meetings to discuss career exploration, job and internship searches, resumes, cover letters, interview preparation, and more with current students and alumni up to one year after graduation.

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Request a Workshop For Your Group/Club

Student leaders, you can request a career workshop for your group, club or organization by clicking the button above. You can also reach out to the Career Engagement team for program consultation or explore ways we can better partner with your student group.

Career guides and worksheets

Take the first steps in putting your experiences on paper by building a resume! Remember, there are 3 types of resumes:

  • Foundational Resume (sometimes called a C.V.) 
    Your "personal library" of everything you've done including (but not limited to) work history, volunteer experiences, academic projects, coursework, leadership and more. If you are pursuing academia as a profession, you may be asked to submit or provide a C.V. 
  • Tailored Resume 
    This is a separate or new document that is customized to integrate keywords from the position description of a specific job posting you're interested in applying to. Only list relevant and powerful experiences reflecting job responsibilities and qualifications.
  • Aspirational Resume 
    Typically used to showcase relevant experiences towards the industry or type of work you aspire to pursue. This resume format is helpful to use at career fairs or as your LinkedIn profile. 

Need personalized help? Make an appointment with a career coach who can offer guidance in crafting strong descriptions that illustrate your talent and skill set. 

Tell your story, explain "why that particular company?" or "why that specific role?" 
A cover letter is your time to shine and draw in the reader through a narrative that weaves together how your unique experiences can fulfill the job responsibilities. Remember,




A career coach is ready and willing to offer guidance or review your materials to strengthen clarity and flow 


Vault provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work in an industry, company, or profession—and how to position yourself to land that job.


CareerShift helps job seekers successfully navigate the published and hidden job market to find career opportunities. With CareerShift‘s robust company and contact database, users can find current job connections and make meaningful new connections. CareerShift also has a filter to search job listings that include H-1B Visa Sponsorship, OPT (Optional Practical Training) for F-1 Students, and/or EAD (Employment Authorization Document) language.


LockinChina is the largest global career development and recruitment platform specializing in supporting both international and domestic students and recent graduates find employment in China and East Asia. The platform is used by over 500,000 students and 20,000 employers. The job market in China is growing and employers are increasingly looking to recruit students and graduates with international education and experience.


Use Handshake to find upcoming employer events and workshops, attend career fairs, search on-campus jobs, part-time employment, internships, and opportunities for full-time roles. Handshake is used by over 200,000 employers, including all Fortune 500 companies! Thousands of internship and job opportunities are posted on Handshake by employers specifically looking to hire students.