Advance Your Career
You came to the University of Delaware to gain an education to kickstart your career, but your connection to UD for your career doesn't stop there.
UD is here for you as you continue your career journey, wherever it takes you. From industry-focused webinars to career and networking platforms to one-on-one coaching with a career expert, you can find the guidance you're seeking. These tools and resources cover challenges and aspects of all career stages, whether you're exploring entry-level or leadership positions, switching careers, stepping into management roles or continually looking for professional development opportunities to be the best in your field.
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.
Career Counseling & Coaching
Recent alumni (0-2 years) are able to schedule a 30-minute in-person, or virtual appointment through Handshake. Career Center staff focus on internship and entry-level job opportunities and related skill-building and documents. Alumni looking for more continuous 1:1 career counseling and/or for career transitions mid-level or higher may find better support with a professional career counselor.
Below are a few resources that may help:
National Career Development Association
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.
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