Recruiting OneDuke Talent

The Duke Career Community partners to enhance career support for all Duke students as part of the “OneDuke” initiative. See below for the talent profiles served by each career center. Explore the depth of talent across all our programs and review options available to start recruiting today.     

If you are interested in recruiting across student populations or wish to speak with someone to clarify your best options, please email

Hiring a Duke international student is a great way to diversify your workforce and to bring some of the world’s best talent to your organization. Learn more about the many benefits of hiring international students, and get started with this hiring guide for U.S. employers by our partners at Interstride.

If you are seeking tools, resources and support for your own professional journey, learn more here.

Fuqua students and alumni span a wide spectrum of business career interests. Data analytics, marketing, strategy, finance – our students and alumni have a wealth of experience across a variety of functions. Whether you’re seeking candidates for entry-level or c-suite positions, Fuqua provides diverse talent at every level of the organization.    

  • Have a job? Post it to CareerBridge to target the right-fit Fuqua candidates.
  • Want to see the talent pool? Access resumes of current Fuqua students.
  • Questions about your talent needs?  Connect with someone in the Fuqua Career Management Center.  Email 

Nicholas School master’s degrees are structured to give you the practical knowledge, skills and experience to be an environmental leader and innovator, prepared to make positive changes in the world. 

  • Have a job? Post it to Handshake to reach relevant students
  • Want to see the talent pool? Access resumes of current Nicholas School masters students.
  • General career options for engagement located here.   
  • If you are an alum seeking career support please visit us here to reconnect.

Through our diverse degree programs, Pratt students and graduates are uniquely equipped to contribute value to your organization and tackle emerging global challenges. 

  • Master of Engineering (MEng): Equips engineers with specialized knowledge in forward-looking fields and strategies to address evolving industry and global issues. 
  • Master of Engineering Management (MEM): Offers a tech-savvy alternative to the MBA, with industry-aligned tracks to prepare business-oriented engineers for a dynamic world. 
  • Master of Science (MS): Prepares leaders for fulfilling careers in advanced research, academia, or industry. 
  • Undergraduates: Ranked among the top engineering programs globally, we empower our students to forge purposeful and impactful careers with integrity. 
  • Seeking engineers for your team? Post your opportunities on Handshake to connect with relevant students.
  • For inquiries regarding recruiting engineering undergraduates, graduate students, or alumni for jobs or internships, please reach out to the assistant director of employer relations at

The Sanford School of Public Policy prepares students for careers that address today’s complex issues. The school offers three programs:  

  • Master of Public Policy (MPP): provides a broad-based foundation in analytic and managerial methods with applications to real-world situations. 
  • Master of International Development Policy (MIDP): a unique, flexible interdisciplinary degree program that trains mid-career professionals who have worked in development-related sectors. 
  • Undergraduate Public Policy degree: utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving through coursework in economics, statistics, political science, ethics and history. 
  • To recruit Sanford students for policy-related internships and jobs, please post in the Handshake platform and email Carmella La Bianca for enhanced promotion.

Duke-trained lawyers are known for top-quality practice and professional skills – the ability to convey information crisply and persuasively and to work effectively in teams, as well as the capacity to capture the confidence of clients. 

The combined efforts of our Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC), Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono (PIPB) and the Office of International Studies play an integral part in helping students shape their career path. 

  • Have a job? Post it to Duke Law’s Symplicity to reach current students or alumni.
  • Want to see the talent pool? View statistics and information about our current 1L class.
  • Questions about your talent needs? Or are you an alum seeking career support? Connect with someone in the Career and Professional Development Center.

Looking to recruit across all disciplines and educational levels, then the Duke Career Center is the place to start. The University Career Center supports the career readiness needs of all undergraduates (Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and Pratt School of Engineering), all doctoral students and master’s students in the Duke Graduate School, Duke Divinity School, and Duke Medicine School’s Master of Biostatistics and Population Health Sciences programs.

  • Have a job or internship? Post it to Handshake to reach relevant students
  • Learn more on how your organization can connect with Duke Talent?
  • Interested in talking about your talent needs and building a recruiting strategy at Duke? Email: and someone from our Employer Engagement team will respond.
  • If you are an alum seeking career support please visit us here to reconnect.