Career Resources

Graduate education should give you the credentials, the connections and the skills needed to alter or advance your career path. At Northwestern, you get the coaching and support that will help you achieve your goals.

The School of Communication has extensive resources to help you find summer internships and full-time jobs. The Office of External Programs, Internships, & Career Services (EPICS) provides education and guidance on each stage of the job search process, including:

  • Programs and workshops
  • Networking events
  • Access to professionals in the field
  • Job fairs
  • Individual career advising
  • Resume and cover letter review

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As a Northwestern student and future alumni, we encourage you to take advantage of the array of career support that Northwestern University provides. Through the Northwestern Career Advancement office, you can access Handshake, an online career management system. Handshake will enable you to access job postings, career programming events and activities. The Northwestern Alumni Association also offers career and mentorship programming for students and alumni. “Our Northwestern”, NAA’s online community gives current students and alumni an easy way to find colleagues in just about any field and in any place on the globe.

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