Our Guiding Philosophy: Career Everywhere for Everyone

Career Everywhere for Everyone, is the belief and understanding that students are seeking advice about their career aspirations and the questions associated with those goals not only from the staff at the Career Center but from faculty and staff, Duke alumni, our employer partners, their peers and more. It is our role to create and curate career content, identify and amplify career resources, consult and collaborate with campus colleagues, and to set the vision for a campus committed to career readiness and career success. We are committed to ensuring that students do not fall through the cracks and have access to the tools, resources and support they deserve for a purpose driven life. 
With that philosophy, we have three guiding principles–Relevancy, Visibility, and Inclusivity. [Learn More]

Undergraduate Credit Options for Summer Internships

Undergraduate Credit for Internship Experiences

As summer planning begins, you may find yourself with a fantastic internship opportunity but are in need of academic credit for the experience. This isn’t uncommon, as many employers require students to receive academic …

By Leigh Ann Muth-Waring (she/hers)
Leigh Ann Muth-Waring (she/hers) Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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Personalize Your Career Hub for the Best Content for You

Join Career Communities and curated jobs, events and information are at your fingertips!

Also, your Career Hub weekly newsletter can be customized to your interest areas in two minutes–including upcoming events, sample jobs, and helpful articles/blogs. It is important that …

By Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
Megan Wilson (she, her, hers) Associate Director, Communications and Outreach
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Employer Spotlight: Gartner, Summer Webinars

Opportunities for students to engage during the summer via Gartner’s University Webinar Series
For the 3rd summer in a row, Gartner will be hosting a number of webinars geared toward undergraduate students.

Below you will see the planned sessions and their …

By Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
Monique K. Turrentine Holmes Associate Director, Employer Relations
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Duke in DC: Internship 101: Maximizing Your Summer Experience

Duke in DC and Duke Alumni Engagement and Development invite Duke students to join us at the Duke in DC office on Thursday, June 16th from 6:00-7:00pm ET for Internship 101: Maximizing Your Summer Experience.  

The program will feature …

By Nicole Mitchell (she/her)
Nicole Mitchell (she/her) Associate Director, Career Readiness
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Tips for Connecting From a Student’s Perspective

Martha Hagan is a recent Duke and Career Center Career Ambassador alum. Take a look at some of the networking tips she provided that helped her during her time at Duke.

Relationships formed from connecting with faculty, alum, and staff …

By Alicia Rhodes (she/hers)
Alicia Rhodes (she/hers) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Job Search Strategy for International Students

This workshop introduces well-established processes for positioning yourself to execute a focused and successful U.S.-based job search. Learn how to efficiently target companies that sponsor H-1B visas and hire international students; build and expand your network in the American context …

By Yeng Yang (he/him/his)
Yeng Yang (he/him/his) Associate Director, Global Careers
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Canada Tech Virtual Career Fair

Canada welcomes technology degree holders from around the world! Meet representatives of leading Canada-based companies interested in recruiting international workers in tech fields for job openings. Students with work experience in the following tech fields are strongly encouraged to participate:

By Yeng Yang (he/him/his)
Yeng Yang (he/him/his) Associate Director, Global Careers
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Sprintax CPT/OPT Student Tax Webinar

Sprintax will be hosting an OPT-focused webinar on Tuesday, May 24th for anyone that is going out on OPT employment in 2022 and wishes to learn a little more about tax principles and what to expect as they start to work. 

Some …

By Yeng Yang (he/him/his)
Yeng Yang (he/him/his) Associate Director, Global Careers
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