Many resources exist for graduate students preparing to enter the job market, whether it's in academia, business, government, or nonprofit. While networking through your department can be a good place to start, the university as well as many external groups and organizations provide other excellent resources.
- Duke University Career Center Graduate Student Services
- Duke University Office of Postdoctoral Services
Alumni Networking Resources
- Duke University Alumni Network on LinkedIn
- Duke University Graduate School Group on LinkedIn (open to Graduate School students and alumni only)
- Duke Alumni Network - coming soon!
Academic Search Resources
- Chronicle of Higher Education Careers Section
- Faculty for the Future
- Modern Language Association (MLA) Career Resources
LinkedIn Groups for Careers beyond the Tenure-Track
Social Sciences and Humanities PhD Resources for Careers Beyond the Tenure-Track
- Columbia’s Non-Academic Career Options for Social Sciences and Humanities PhDs
- Anne Mitchell Whisnant's "Resources for an Expansive Job Search: Humanities & Social Sciences"
- Jane Chin's PhD Alternative Career Clinic
- Versatile PhD premium content
- Selloutyoursoul (a little vulgar, but includes good advice)
- #alt-academy (list of people/titles in alternative academic careers)
- Career Alternatives for Art Historians (many of these are relevant to other disciplines, too)