As part of the Center for Career Development on the 5th floor of Duncan Student Center, we coordinate a broad range of career-related services for all undergraduate students.
Our process is simple: engage in opportunities to reflect on your values, interests, personality, and skills; explore various career options through networking, job shadows, and internships; and prepare for a life where you can find success, meaning, and impact.
NEW THIS SEMESTER: Learning Labs are now required for First Years before one-on-one appointments become available to them in their Spring Semester. First Year Students benefit from coming to learning labs and workshops prior to setting up a one-on-one appointment.
Learning Labs are small, interactive groups focused on specific career developing topics.*Computers are required
Click here to view dates and times and to sign-up.
Looking for somewhere to start? Our PDF Career Development Guide provides a convenient overview of services and resources offered by our staff. As you consider the next steps in your career development process, you may find these topics helpful:
- What Can I Do With This Major?
- Self Assessments
- Four Year Plan
- IrishCompass (networking and mentor platform with alumni)
- Interview Preparation
- Internship Funding Sources