Career Services by School or Program

All undergraduate alumni as well as select graduate school alumni (exceptions: MBA, Law, Medical, and Graduate School of Foreign Service) can receive services through the Career Education Center as outlined below.

Alumni up to three years after graduation:
  • Up to three 50-minute sessions with a career counselor
  • Mock interview session (can be videotaped)
  • Assessments to determine values, interests, personality, and skills (nominal fees may apply to cover cost of assessment supplies)
  • Up to three 30-minute sessions with an employment advisor
  • Opportunity to meet with pre-law advisor
  • Attend annual career fairs
  • Walk-in appointments (15 minute) on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • Access to view and apply for alumni postings through the Hoya Career Connection system
  • Attend workshops offered by staff, alumni, and professionals throughout the year
  • Use print resources in Career Resource Library as well as Web site tools
Alumni who graduated more than three years ago:
  • One walk-in appointment (15 minutes) to learn about resources available online and in Career Resource Library
  • Access to view and apply for alumni postings through the Hoya Career Connection system
  • Attend annual career fairs
  • Attend workshops offered by staff, alumni, and professionals throughout the year
  • Use print resources in Career Resource Library as well as Web site tools
MBA/IEMBA/GEMBA/EML Program
Law Center
Graduate School of Foreign Service
  • Visit the Graduate School of Foreign Services Career Development Center website.
  • Sign up for the weekly Career Bulletin containing announcements and calls for resumes from students and alumni. Alumni may also participate in employer information sessions and career fairs and access an online database of job openings and internships.
McCourt School of Public Policy
Medical School