Welcome IC Faculty & Staff!
Career Services assists students and alumni from all majors and class years with every aspect of career development. We value and appreciate our many collaborations with faculty and staff partners!
What We Do
- Self-assessment, career decision-making, choosing a major
- Career exploration & research
- The internship search process
- The job search process
- Professional branding and networking
- The graduate/professional school search & application process
- Interview preparation
- Salary negotiation
Help Us Build Our Career Communities
Career Services is always seeking out new opportunities, mentors, and partnerships as we help train the next generation of student leaders. We value our many faculty and staff partnerships and invite you to be part of our industry and equity affinity career communities. Please consider partnering with us to list opportunities, engage recruiters and speakers, blog, and build networks.
In addition, if you would like to learn more or discuss more, please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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