University Career and Professional Development Resources
The descriptions and links below will provide an overview of the university's career and professional development services most relevant to graduate students at Duke. For more specific information, please visit the links provided. Many of the offices serve several segments of the university community, so please note that unless the links below point to a page specifically referencing graduate student services, you may need to confirm with the office in question whether graduate students are eligible to use a particular service or resource. Also check with your department regarding resources and opportunities specific to your discipline.
The Graduate Career Services at the Duke University Career Center offer career counseling and programs for Master's and Ph.D. students enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the Pratt School of Engineering. We provide workshops and events to better equip you with the requisite knowledge and skills for shaping and developing your career while at Duke and as you enter the workplace--whether in higher education or in the government, business, or non-profit sectors. We connect you with alumni, employers, and other experienced professionals who can provide career guidance and may be able to suggest career opportunities in a diverse range of fields. Our aim is to inform you about University resources that will enrich and focus your graduate education toward a set of well-defined career goals and enable you to effectively conduct a job search.
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology provides extensive technology training opportunites both online and in various settings.