Alumni

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.

Duke Alumni can access Handshake using Duke OneLink

Alumni Career CoachesFellow 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.

How to Respond to “So, Tell Me About Yourself” in a Job Interview

Written by Joel Schwartzberg

Originally appeared in the August 12, 2019 of Harvard Business Review

Summary: The toughest job interview question may seem like a softball from the interviewer’s perspective: “So…tell me about yourself.” Nailing this question starts with realizing that your …

By Greg Victory (he/him/his)
Greg Victory (he/him/his) Assistant VP Student Affairs/Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Career Center
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Interested in roles in #sportzbiz #analytics…

If so you should follow Russell Scibetti, Vice President, Strategy & Business Intelligence at New York Football Giants on LinkedIn!

Here is is most recent list of opportunities!

Arizona Coyotes – Strategy & Analytics Intern: https://lnkd.in/euJc9fjb

Arizona Diamondbacks – Intern, …

By Greg Victory (he/him/his)
Greg Victory (he/him/his) Assistant VP Student Affairs/Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Career Center
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8 Artist Statements We Love

this article was originally posted on theartleague.org.

“Hey, that was a good artist statement!”

It’s a sentiment you don’t hear very often, and yet it’s what we found ourselves saying after reading the statements below. Artist statements don’t have to …

By Laura Coutts (she/her)
Laura Coutts (she/her) Assistant Director, Career Services
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How do I narrow down my career options?

It is typical to be interested in a variety of career fields, but it can be difficult to know when to narrow down your options, let alone how. By using the Career Development Process, you can gain a better understanding …

By Lauren Coury
Lauren Coury Career Advisor
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You Don’t Need to Meet Every Qualification to Apply for a Job

by Art Markman

Originally published on May 20, 2019, Harvard Business Review

Summary.   

One of your biggest concerns as a college graduate is landing your first job. But when you look at the qualifications in many role descriptions, you may …

By Greg Victory (he/him/his)
Greg Victory (he/him/his) Assistant VP Student Affairs/Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Career Center
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