The Career Services office serves the students, alumni, faculty and staff of the School of Architecture offering guidance in career development, job search advising, resources, and a connection to employers, mentors, and key professionals.
STUDENTS/ALUMNI, you can access Career Source to:
- Search for internship, full-time, part-time and freelance positions.
- Search for scholarships, fellowships and competitions.
- Find an extensive Employer Directory of 1300+ organizations.
- Post your resume for employers to peruse.
- Create a Job Agent to ensure you are aware of new job postings.
- Learn about upcoming career events, workshops and presentations.
Please also consider joining the School of Architecture's LinkedIn Group.
Additional resources are available on the Students/Alumni page.
EMPLOYERS, to help you recruit from the talented pool of students at the School of Architecture, please contact our office to obtain a username and password so you can access Career Source to:
- Post and manage your part-time, full-time, internship and freelance opportunities.
- Conduct a search of resumes of qualified students and recent graduates.
- Register to recruit at our Career Events throughout the academic year.
- Access online resources to assist you in recruiting from the School of Architecture.
- Update your profile information.
Additional resources are available on the Employers page.
Need career advising, resumes reviewed, job search assistance?
Make an appointment with Career Services to discuss your career goals and job search opportunities. In your visit you will discover beneficial resources and guidance to ensure you are successful in obtaining valuable experience in your field.
Career EXPO is held in the fall semester. Employers are invited to a traditional career fair event to meet students and showcase their firm/organization.
Career Week Interviews is a unique recruiting event each spring that allows employers to have access to resumes and offer first-round interviews to qualifying students who participate on a first-come, first-served basis.