Career Center

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    Don't limit yourself to what you know!

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  • Internship Wordle

    Learn more about internships and experience

    Start with some resources developed for Duke students!

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  • Drop-in Advising

    Drop-in Advising

    Drop-In Advising is the best way to get immediate and ongoing feedback on your resumes and other documents. Print your documents and stop by.

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Who We Are: 

The Duke University Career Center contributes to this community of learning by engaging students and alumni in an ongoing examination and pursuit of what is meaningful and valuable in their lives. The Career Center provides opportunities for individuals to explore the intersection of their education, values, goals, skills and experiences in order to identify and realize their aspirations. Read more.

Have You Heard?

Jan 15, 2015

This year I attended my first Career Fair. Ever.

As a staff member at the Duke Career Center, I feel as though I should hang my head in shame when I state that. When I was a student in college, I never knew (or never paid attention to) the unique opportunities and experiences a career center is able to offer students. And the Duke Career Center is the best of the best. My colleagues and the knowledge they share with students, who are searching for jobs and internships or just doing a little soul searching, consistently amaze me.

Maybe you’re like me when I was a student and are reading this saying, “I didn’t even know that the Duke Career Center hosted a Career Fair.” or “I don’t know what I want to do professionally, so it doesn’t make any sense for me to talk to employers yet.” Let me stop you right there. How will you know if you don’t go?

Jan 09, 2015

CareerBeam is a great online tool for anyone at any point of the career journey! It is available for Duke students of all years, undergraduate and graduate, that the Career Center servesCareerBeam has multiple tools to help you with different aspects of your career search.

  • Resume and Cover Letter Builders provide tips on how to tell your unique story throughout all of your application documents.
  • Five Self-Assessments help you begin to learn about yourself so that you can begin to search for careers and opportunities that would fit you best.
  • Industry Information Guides allow you to get the latest information and trends about any industry you’re interested in.
  • Top City Guides brings information about employment, population and other factors from cities around the US right to you.

I want to highlight two valuable tools that you can take advantage of right now.


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