Career & Professional Development
Advance your career and professional development with exclusive UD resources. Network with Blue Hens in your industry and around the country. Find a job through easy-to-use career platforms and work with UD students through internships and job shadowing.
All of this and more is available to UD alumni. We provide tools and resources to help you get ready for the next phase in your career—no matter what stage that may be.
Advance Your Career
UD’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is offering two webinar series to help Blue Hens in all stages of their careers navigate these unprecedented times.
The series will connect you with panels from experts from various industries to share insights and guidance.
REGISTER FOR ONE OR MORE TOPICS*:
- April 16: Job Search Strategies in Uncertain Times
- April 22: Finance Industry
- April 30: Marketing and Communications
- May 6: International Business Industry
*You will be asked to create a Handshake account to register for these webinars
Lerner’s Women’s Leadership Initiative curated talks for this webinar series to empower people at all levels to step up and take leadership in these challenging moments and during times of crisis.
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Connect with alumni, students, faculty and staff on this free professional development and career resource, featuring professional networks in every industry and regional groups for a convenient way to connect with Blue Hens in your area. Features include discussion boards, webinars and articles with career tips, video call integration and more.
Tap into your local Blue Hen network and plan to attend upcoming events in your region!
Whether your affinity is with an athletics team, a major or a student organization, there is a group for you.
Stay connected with your fellow Blue Hens by following the official UD Alumni accounts and hashtags.
Use our established network of Blue Hens for your candidate pool or to share advice and on-the-job exposure.
If you need assistance with a short-term work project, consider offering a Blue Hen a project-based, three- to five-week internship during winter term. The University of Delaware Career Center staff will help match your needs wit ha student who has the drive and skills required for the position.
Engage in the formal recruiting process for your employer or by helping to create an internship or job opportunity for a UD student.
A whole interview preparation system, get hands-on practice with mock interviews tailored to your specific industry, job, and experience level with Big Interview.
Search and store job listings from all job boards and all company job postings. Get up-to-date contact information, including email addresses, for millions of companies.
Post and apply for jobs and connect with the Career Center team.
Understand your values, interests, personality and workplace preferences using this self-assessment platform.
Find out what it’s really like to work within an industry, company or profession, and how to position yourself to start, advance or change your career.