Career Development

Internships in Graduate School

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"Mini magnifying glass" by Ricky Willis | CC BY-NC 2.0
For some graduate students, internships can be a great way of building work experience specific to your field. In some fields, you may be required to complete an internship as part of your graduate program, but internships can be useful for students in other fields, especially if you are interested in non-academic careers.
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Non-academic Job Search
Career Development

Office of Graduate Studies Services and Resources

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The Office of Graduate Studies is more than just the place that processes applications and dissertation paperwork. Read more to learn about all the ways that OGS can help you succeed in graduate school and beyond.
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Grad Life
Navigating Graduate School
Teaching
Career Development

Using LinkedIn Effectively

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"Who is the Weakest Link" by Cindy Cornett Seigle | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Using LinkedIn well can help you develop and support your professional network and connect with other professionals in your field. Think carefully about what information you include and how best to portray yourself online.
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Networking
Career Development

Transform Your CV into a Résumé

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"Variety" by Jacques Holst | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Create the résumé that will land an interview--and get you in the front-running for the job.
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Career Development
Résumé
Job Search

How to Make the Most of Your Semester

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"the colorful way up" by Lars Ploughmann  | CC BY-SA 2.0

Systematically plan your career and professional development for the semester so you aren’t overwhelmed and don't waste your time.
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Professional Development
Career Development

Prepare Today for Tomorrow's Job Market

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"Italian Cream Cake" by Einahpets23
Applying for jobs is like making a complicated dish. A little prep work now makes it easier to have great results when you're ready to go on the job market.
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Career Development
Job Search

Gearing up for Summer

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"Project 365/91" by Phil Tomlinson | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
A plan helps you make the most of your summer. Use these steps to organize your professional and career development and get a head start on academic work.
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Career Development
Navigating Graduate School
Project Management

Preparing for Your Next Job

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"Network" by Stuart Richards | CC BY-ND 2.0
Start thinking about applying for your first job post-graduation—even if you have a year or two of grad school left.
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Career Development
Non-academic Job Search

Six Ways to Grow Your Network

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"Fent Pinya" by Miguel Bohigas Costabella | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Your network may be the key for landing your next job. Grad Ambassador Stephanie Shipp shares she's learned about expanding her network while on the job market.
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Career Development

Nine Ways to Get to Know Key Faculty

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"The Network" by identity chris is | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Networking with key faculty in your field provides you with important connections that can help with your current studies and research, future projects, and the job search.
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Career Development
Networking

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