Browse this set of resources to see the range of support and resources we provide to you online. From learning how to write a resume, to exploring career possibilities around the globe, to researching a company just before the interview, we've got you covered.
CareerConnections (student login)
Updating your profile in CareerConnections should be your first step. This is our main tool for all Career Center and employer-hosted events—as well as jobs and internships posted specifically for Duke students by employers and alumni. Through CareerConnections, you can stay informed about opportunities and options.
Explore industry-specific careers, jobs, internships, and resources.
Guides to assist with career exploration and the job and internship search.
Academic Careers • Career Fair Prep • Cover Letter • Curriculum Vitae • Disability Disclosure in the Job Search • Informational Interviewing • Internships • Interviewing • Negotiating • Networking • On-Campus Recruiting • Postdoc Search • Resume • Salary and Offers
Industry and company research tools as well as other resources curated by Duke University Libraries.
The Duke Alumni Association is making it far easier for students to tap into the alumni network. They have created a student portal into the redesigned alumni directory, giving you the ability to search for and contact more than 100,000 alumni. Students can access the directory through the Alumni Association website (alumni.duke.edu), and search for alumni in specific industries or locations. Use your NetID to sign in to the directory; there is no additional registration necessary.
Duke student on-campus employment and research opportunities.
Funding programs to assist with unpaid or low pay internships, research, and other experiential opportunities.
Country-specific career resources including international and domestic job/internship opportunities, professional culture guides, visa information, and more. Be sure to explore both, the Country Career Guide and the USA/Canada City Career Guide.
Social science and humanities graduate students can explore academic and non-academic career resources and create a professional development plan.
3,000+ organizations offering internships and summer jobs for students.
Over 75,000 Duke alumni, students, faculty, and staff build professional relationships and share career resources. Try "Connections" for an interactive visual representation of where alumni are today.
Short-term fellowship, abroad, service and teaching opportunities.
Resource focused toward non-academic careers for current graduate students in humanities, social sciences, and STEM disciplines provided by The Graduate School.
Connects academic majors to possible career paths, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities.
A fun way to get up to speed on making the most of your time at Duke (DesignYourDuke) and developing and practicing skills that will help you over a lifetime.