Career Services & Professionalization
Graduate Career Services Resources:
Graduate students are encouraged to set up 1:1 appointments with Arts & Letters Graduate Career Consultant, Erik Simon, through the Graduate Career Services' career management system "Handshake." Erik works with students on career exploration, the application process, job search, and interviewing. He also works alongside the Director of Graduate Studies and Placement Director to support students in securing jobs both inside and outside of academia.
- Career Exploration
- Application Process
- Search and Interview
- Graduate career development and planning guidebook: This guidebook provides an overview of career development activities and opportunities that students can take advantage of over the course of their entire graduate career. This is a great starting point to explore your career development options.
- Career development worksheets: This worksheet library includes resources for self-assessment, planning, tracking your progress and more.
- Hesburgh Library Career Resources: The library includes a host of resources that allow students to get insider takes on a wide variety of industries and research various career paths.
- LinkedIn for students tutorial: This website shares tips and tricks for leveraging LinkedIn as a platform to help build your profile and presence while completing a graduate degree.