Career Resources for Students

For assistance with finding a major, discovering your strengths, uncovering employment options, or preparing for the job search and graduate school, make an appointment with a career counselor and/or access the many resources available through our website and Handshake.

About the Center for Career Development Career Planning/Conducting a Job Search

Career Events

Assessment Tools Exploring Majors and Careers
International Opportunities
Communication for the Job Search Webshops and CareerSpots Videos Finding Employment/Internships TIP Sheets
Guide Books

Nationally Competitive Fellowships and Scholarships
Graduate fellowship programs and scholarships are designed to give current students and recent graduates opportunities for research, personal development, and international experience. The list of fellowships provided will allow you to examine the opportunities available, the selection criteria for each program, and the application procedures. Fellowships may include university coursework, independent research, special projects, or some combination. Grantees often have the opportunity to live and work in a different country.

Graduate School Planning