Plan your career trajectory.
The Career Center provides services, programs, events, online tools and resources for undergraduates, graduate students and alumni for one year after graduation from Trinity College, Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering, the Graduate School, the Divinity School, and the School of Medicine’s Master of Biostatistics and Population Health Sciences programs. Duke Pratt School of Engineering Master’s Programs provide alumni services for up to four years after graduation.
Alumni Career Coaches: Fellow alums you can engage for advice. It’s not always easy to discern the best next step in your career. A professional career coach can help. A coach works with you to consider how your skills, knowledge, and experience might prepare you for opportunities you hadn’t considered on your own. And your coach can help you present yourself in the most favorable light.
Check out the Duke Alumni site for more Alumni Career Resources.
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