Imagine you and a few of your peers having a conversation over dinner with highly-accomplished alumni from an industry of interest to you. The Career Conversations Series is a chance to have all of your questions answered without the pressure of a formal networking event.
The Columbia Exploration Externship (CEE) is designed to provide you with the opportunity to gain exposure to the professional world early in your college career. Externships are held in the greater New York City area during spring break week and can connect you with a variety of industries.
Dossier services (also called “credentials services”) for Columbia University students is provided through “Interfolio” , an online confidential credentials file management service. Interfolio forwards designated dossier files with applications for opportunities in colleges, universities, independent schools, and industry.
As a first year student, there are many ways to build experience through internships, research, volunteering, student club activities, and on-campus jobs. Here are a handful of opportunities to get started.
Summer break is quickly approaching! We know that you’ve been working hard to succeed inside the classroom and outside as well, so we hope you are preparing for a relaxing, and productive upcoming summer.
Using a timeline can help you organize your job search during your time in graduate school. These timelines, for master’s and PhD students, will help you work toward your career goals over the course of your program.
It’s hard enough to find a job, how can you find one that matters? Lara Galinsky, author of Work on Purpose , and Senior Vice President of acclaimed nonprofit Echoing Green, shares what she’s learned from successful changemakers about what it takes to craft a meaningful career.
A career fair is a place where employers and job seekers can come together to talk about internship and job opportunities. Click on the links or watch the video below to help you make the most of a career fair!
After identifying your interests, values, aspects of your identity, personality traits, and skills to develop a picture of your career preferences, use the following resources to discover potential career options that may fit.
A “gap year” is a common way that recent graduates gain practical experience, explore a new industry or personal interest, travel, and prepare for graduate school exams before going to graduate school.