Career Center

Career Services

All Career Center individual advising appointments, Drop-in Career Advising, programming, information sessions and employer events will be held remotely this fall. 

Please see additional guidance below.

  • Advising Appointments Online - Request a phone or online appointment through CareerConnections.
    (Additional instructions will be in your appointment confirmation email.)
  • Drop-in Career Advising Online – See CareerConnections for log-in information. 
  • Employer-Hosted Activities - See CareerConnections for employer-hosted online office hours, information sessions, interviews, and events. 
  • Resources: The Career Center website is loaded with helpful content including a collection of online courses and guides.
    • Read Career News emails in your inbox and update your preferences (the link is at the bottom of the Career News email)

Please feel free to give us a call or send us an email if you have any questions or need assistance.
We are available between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at 919-660-1050 or career-student@studentaffairs.duke.edu.

Take full advantage of the range of services we provide to support your intentional professional development. It is no mistake that many of these are online, face-to-face interactions! Making hiring decisions is highly interpersonal and developing your ability to have conversations about yourself, your interests, and your accomplishments is essential. 

Career Advising
Drop-in Advising
Reserve Rooms for Phone and Online Interviews (THIS SERVICE IS TEMPORARILY NOT AVAILABLE AT THE CAREER CENTER. 
                    We will begin reserving rooms for students again as soon as we move back into our space in Smith Warehouse.)

Workshops by Request

Students with Disabilities
The Career Center is committed to serving the career needs of students with disabilities. Through a partnership with the Duke Student Disability Access Office (SDAO), the Career Center provides services and resources tailored to the needs of students with disabilities. Our advisers are adept at discussing how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disclosure, and accommodations are part of the career exploration and job/internship search. Please schedule an appointment with a career adviser to learn more about the services and resources we provide.

Duke Career Center Confidentiality Policy

Most information shared in career advising appointments remains confidential. In specific circumstances, the Career Center may be required to break confidentiality to protect you or identified others from harm. Duke Career Center staff protects the privacy and security of student records as governed by FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act). FERPA protects education records but permits communication with parents and university personnel in connection of a health or safety emergency.

The exceptions to maintaining confidentiality include:

  • Compliance with Duke University’s Student Sexual Misconduct Policy (Title IX )which states that with the exception of these confidential resources (Student Health, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), Women’s Center, Clergy who are acting as such in their professional role at Duke and Ombudsperson, all employees (Faculty and Staff) who become aware of conduct that might fall under this policy are expected to notify the Office of Student Conduct with the names of the parties involved and the details of the report.
  • Career Center determines there is a clear, imminent threat to your health and/or safety or the health and safety of others.
  • Career Center staff may be in contact with and/or may disclose information obtained through appointments with other University personnel who have a legitimate educational interest.

Please contact the Career Center with questions regarding this policy.