As a graduate student at the University of Illinois, you have a lot of career resources available to you. There is a Career Services office dedicated specifically to graduate students, and there are many specialized career offices around campus. Be sure to explore the links below to find those that will be most useful to you, with your unique interests and qualifications.
- Graduate College Career Services Office
The Graduate College Career Services Office provides a range of highly useful workshops on a variety of topics of special interest to graduate students planning their careers. It is a centralized resource for all graduate students, with services focused primarily on the needs of graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, fine arts, and other areas in which students do not have their own career services offices. They are especially helpful in preparing Ph.D. graduates for job searches in academia.
- College of ACES Career Services
- The University of Illinois Career Center
- Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center assists graduate students only from any biologically-related field and offers recruiters a single location from which they can reach a diverse pool of candidates.
- Career Services Network
The Illinois campus has a wide range of specialized career services offices around campus. Check the network to see if there is one closely aligned with your career goals.
- Campus Career Services Calendar
- Handshake @ Illinois
Job and Internship Board for the University of Illinois
- Call to Serve
A joint initiative between the Partnership for Public Service and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that can help you learn more about careers in the federal government.