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MIND YOUR CAREER WEBINAR SERIES

Sponsored by Alumni Career Programs, these free monthly hour-long professional development presentations are hosted by alumni with career experience in a variety of fields on topics such as starting your own business, how to be more professionally excellent, writing a competative resume and more. Visit out event page and sign up for our newsletter to learn about our upcoming webinars.


WEBINAR ARCHIVE

Previous Mind Your Career Webinars are now available to view. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the most recent webinars.


UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ALUMNI LINKEDIN GROUP

Members have access to articles, events, job postings, and discussions. Network with alumni on LinkedIn


CAREER ADVANCEMENT

Home base for College students and alumni, who have received their degree in the last five years, thinking about their careers or for employers looking to hire interns with that UChicago difference.


UCHICAGO GRAD

Whether pursuing a career in academia or beyond, UChicago graduate students and postdocs, who have who have received their degree in the last five years, have access to one-on-one support and other resources.


HOW TO WRITE A CV

This site features a five step, in-depth guide to creating an effective and marketable CV.


VERSATILE PHD

Versatile PhD is a resource devoted to guiding current students and alumni looking to pursue non-academic careers. The University of Chicago has partnered with VPhD to provide students and alumni this service free of charge for 12 months after sign up. Learn more on our VPhD page.


ELECTRONIC LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR ALUMNI

University of Chicago alumni are now able to access five important research databases and thousands of publications from any off-campus computer with an Internet connection. These new offerings are being provided by the University of Chicago Alumni Association and the University of Chicago Library. They include EBSCO Academic Search–Alumni Edition; EBSCO Business Source-Alumni Edition; Articles Plus-Alumni Edition; Project Muse; and SAGE Journals Online. Visit this Library Guide for information on creating a CNet ID and accessing these resources. Visit the Library Guide


PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL CAREER OFFICES

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Harris School of Public Policy

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