The Career Center
is committed to helping DePaul students develop the workplace skills and
meaningful connections vital to succeed in today’s job market. Faculty are
important partners in fulfilling this commitment; we work together to ensure our students understand how their academic experiences and choices align with major and career decisions and leave DePaul well-equipped for their post-graduate pursuits.
The Career Center is also a faculty resource. Please refer
students our way for assistance and feel free to contact us for industry-, job- and internship-related information and support.
Career Center Services
College-specific career advisors are available to answer questions about choosing a major, developing a resume, preparing for the interviewing process, job search strategies and more. Career Advisors can also visit your class, deliver a presentation customized to your students' major and share information on relevant opportunities, resources and events.
We have a series of “What Can I Do With a Major In…” guides that can assist students in their career and major exploration. Career Advisors also administer Strong Interest Explorer and Myers Briggs Indicator assessments to help students identify career paths that best suit their preferences and interests.
The Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) program is a network of over 1,200 alumni and friends of DePaul who offer career guidance to students and alumni as they launch their careers and pursue their goals.
The Career Center offers free career development workshops throughout the year, as well as networking events that help students explore professions, learn about industries and connect with alumni and professionals.
Students can connect with hundreds of employers each year at DePaul’s annual Job & Internship Fairs at both general and industry-specific events.
Job & Internship Postings
Handshake is DePaul’s hub for job and internship listings, career fair and event registration, mentor connections and more. Students may log in using their Campus Connect credentials.
Students can search and apply for on-campus jobs through our Office of Student Employment’s Campus Job Board.
Curriculum and Experiential Learning Resources
The University Internship Program (UIP) offers courses that fulfill the Experiential Learning and general elective credit and can help students prepare for their future career. The UIP faculty director, Lynne Copp, also assists faculty in creating and enhancing academic internship and career development courses.
InterviewStream is a video mock interview system. It includes a faculty module that allows you to create custom assignments using pre-recorded video questions that can be e-mailed to students. Contact Lorne Bobren, (312) 362-8712, to request faculty access.
The Career Center staff offers more than student advising. We can provide insight into industry trends, information on DePaul’s graduates, connections to employer partners and alumni, and much more. Let’s connect!
What Do DePaul Students Do After Graduation?
Each year, the Career Center surveys DePaul’s graduating class to assess their post-graduation employment status and continuing education goals. Read about where DePaul students go and what they do after graduation in our annual graduate outcomes reports.