Choosing a career can be both exciting and intimidating. Most students are unsure about what to major in, and it is common for students to change their minds about a major or career. While some careers, like nursing or engineering, require a specific undergraduate major, many industries and employers welcome students in all majors. There are a lot of great ways to learn about careers, and make connections to successful alumni and professionals to help expand your network.
Open to all students and alumni from all class years, programs and schools, Mentor Match gives mentees access to a robust network of alumni mentors who are eager to share their wisdom and advice about professional life after graduation. Login now or join for free.
Connections for Success
Connections for Success is a free, award-winning professional development and leadership retreat for sophomores. This weekend-long program, led by alumni, employers and staff, engages you in conversations and helps you to develop both personally and professionally. Learn more.
CONNECT: New York City
45+ Employer Treks include organization tours and employer panels during winter break. Get insider information on career opportunities, and peek into an organization’s culture. Attend the Networking Night to connect with over 100 successful alumni in the greater New York City area. Learn more.
CONNECT: Washington, DC and Boston
Students will have opportunities to network with alumni and notable employers in these unique and historical cities during spring break. Learn more.
CONNECT: Silicon Valley
Students will have opportunities to network with alumni and notable employers in this booming area in May. Learn more.
Job and Internship Fairs
Attend a Job and Internship Fair to connect with employers looking to hire interns and full-time employees. This is an opportunity to network, learn more about your industry, and explore companies and careers. Learn more.