Your Path for Professional Development
The Office of Internships and Career Development offers additional professional development and employment guidance beyond the internship experience. Employers prize School of Diplomacy graduates for their distinctive exposure gained on and off-campus. Graduates acquire the skill sets to effectively communicate, analyze, negotiate and collaborate in a setting that emphasizes leadership and a commitment to peace and justice. In addition to offering private and individualized professional counseling, the School's Office of Internships and Career Development offer a wide range of services, including:
- Career development workshops
- Fellowship opportunities and application processes
- Employer information sessions
- Alumni networking receptions
- Resume and cover letter critique
- Mock interviews
- Internship and job-search strategies
- Unlimited access to jobs, live webinars, career advice, and networking
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations uses College Central Network (CCN) as its official resume and job posting service. Local employers post jobs exclusively to our School via the CCN site. Students and alumni can create their account profiles here.
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