Career Services for Recent Alumni (One year or less after graduation)
The Career Center provides career advising services to alumni for one full year after graduation. We serve graduates from Trinity College, Duke's Pratt School of Engineering, The Graduate School, the Divinity School, and the School of Medicine’s Master of Biostatistics and Population Health Sciences programs. If you have earned a degree from a program served by the Career Center within the last year, you are invited to continue using our services and resources.
Alumni can schedule appointments online in CareerConnections.
Duke Pratt School of Engineering Master's Programs provide alumni services for up to four years after graduation.
Alumni beyond one year
All graduates of Duke University are supported throughout their lives by the Duke Alumni Association Career Network.
Duke Alumni Association Career Network
Go to the Career Network to find:
- Alumni Career Coaches – a network of over 20 coaches, most of whom have committed to give Duke alumni a free 30 min to 1 hour consult and a discount on further services.
- Professional Development Newsletter for alumni that highlights Duke content. Alumni need to subscribe to receive the newsletter
- You can follow @DukeAlumni on Twitter and Duke University Alumni Network on LinkedIn to connect to other alums and to get notified of #DukeAlumniJobs (Duke alums who are looking to hire other alums)
- Job seeking alumni should update their profiles on the alumni directory (alumni.duke.edu) and use it for networking.
- Industry groups that bring together alumni by industry. Current groups include:
- Duke Data Science Network
- Duke Global Health Network
- Duke Healthcare Network
- DukeTox (toxicologists)
- Duke University Energy Group
- Duke National Security Group
- And, coming soon: DukeJournos (journalists), DPPN (Policy and Politics), DukeEd (education), and Science Policy
Not from one of the programs we serve?
If you are unexpectedly or involuntarily searching for a job, we've provided advice to get you launched immediately.
12 Tips for an Involuntary Job Seeker