Welcome to Recruiting at Duke

All of our services and resources are available to you including recruiting strategy development, job and internship posting, information sessions and workshops, and resources.
Students and employers are actively participating in recruiting activities and connecting through job and internship listings in Handshake.

Career Fairs and Events

Duke career fairs and events provide an opportunity for representatives from for-profit, nonprofit and government agencies to recruit interns and full-time employees from Duke undergraduate and graduate students.

Learn more

Post a Job or Internship

You can connect with alumni and students by posting your jobs and internships through Handshake.

Go to Handshake

Schedule a Student Engagement Event

Student engagement events (formerly Information Sessions) allow employers to present information to students on current opportunities and organization background. We are encouraging employers to think outside of the typical information session box and to provide value-add engagement events for our students.

More information

Schedule Interviews

Interviews may be requested through the Duke Career Center in Handshake and scheduled Mondays-Fridays between the hours of 8:30am EST – 5:00pm EST. Employers may utilize the platform of their choice for online interviews. Requests for interviews must be made at least three weeks before the interview date.

Recruiting Policies for Employers

Heat Checks: Prof. Connel Fullenkamp talks Crypto, Carbon Credits & More | Duke Student Broadcasting

Duke Student Broadcasting hosts Heat Check. In this episode, Heat Check interviews Professor Connel Fullenkamp. Professor Fullenkamp, Economics professor, also consults for the International Monetary Fund, writes for the New York Times, and researches financial markets around the world.

Heat …

Read more


The Duke Career Center and DukeLIFE are excited to announce Spring Forward, a new initiative designed to provide valuable career experiences for first-year undergraduates from first-generation and lower-income backgrounds. We believe that exposure to real-world work environments is pivotal in …

Read more

Interstride U.S. Employer’s Guide to Hiring International Students

This brochure illustrates options available for hiring international students for internships and full-time career opportunities after graduation.

Read more

How to write Neuro-Inclusive Job Descriptions

Author: Nadia Ibrahim-Taney, Mentra

In the race to find the best candidate for the job, one of the most overlooked ways employers can attract quality talent is through a well written job description. Even when there’s a desperate need on …

By Jared Smith (He/Him)
Jared Smith (He/Him) Associate Director, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
Read more

Don’t Be So Picky About a Job, China’s College Graduates Are Told

The New York Times’ Claire Fu and Daisuke Wakabayashi released an article this week covering employment challenges for recent college graduates in China. According to the New York Times, “China’s unemployment rate for 16- to 24-year-olds in urban areas hit …

By Hal Matthews (he/him)
Hal Matthews (he/him) Associate Director, Global Careers
Read more


News  |  Events  |  Resources  |   Videos  |   Jobs  |   Employers  |   Staff