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The Career Center supports DePaul's core identity of providing a practical and valuable education by offering a wide range of learning opportunities and real-world experiences to help students develop workplace skills and meaningful connections. Our career development and advising services will help students translate their unique attributes, strengths and experiences into a powerful personal brand, ensuring they are ready to engage in the marketplace. We have services and programs to assist students at every phase of the career decision-making and development process.
Our services are now available online with increased availability, to provide support and resources to students while studying remotely. Feel free to share the following blog post with students, which includes a round-up of our available remote resources:
Career Center Remote Resources.
DePaul’s Career Advisors are each aligned with a Career Community. Career Communities are organized by industry, not major, to help students explore options and connect with tailored resources and programs. Students can opt into more than one community, and meet with more than one advisor, based on their needs and interests.
Please note: Law students and alumni are served by
Law Career Services. DePaul MBA and MS Business students and alumni are serviced by the
Kellstadt Career Management Center.
Here at the Career Center, we have career exploration tools and assessments, networking opportunities, and exclusive programs for mentorship and job searching. Our career development services will help your students create a path to post-graduate career success.
Our career exploration tools allow students to explore how to connect majors to specific careers. Career advisors also administer assessments to help students identify career paths that best match their interests.
The Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) network connects DePaul students and graduates with alumni and friends who are eager to offer mentorship, discuss life challenges, explore professional and college transitions, and offer answers to career-related questions.
Students can connect with a wide variety of employers each year at the Career Center's annual job and internship fairs. We host both general and industry-specific events. To view and register for upcoming career fairs, students must log in to Handshake.
Handshake is DePaul’s hub for job and internship listings, career event registration, on-campus interview information, and scheduling meetings with career advisors. Students can log in using their Campus Connect credentials. Check out our
tips for using the platform.
Students can search and apply for on-campus jobs through the Office of Student Employment’s Campus Job Board. On-campus jobs present students with opportunities to build professional skills and gain experience that will prepare them for a future career.