Career & Major Advice


Peer Career Advisors

If you have questions about what Career Center services are right for you, or are just starting to plan your career or develop your resume, visit a Peer Career Advisor. Available online and during weekly walk-in hours at the Loop and Lincoln Park Career Centers, Peers provide:

  • An overview of Career Center services
  • Resume reviews and tips for creating an effective resume
  • Cover letter reviews and best practices
  • Assistance with finding on-campus work
  • Interviewing tips
  • General guidance with job search strategies
  • Help with navigating the DePaul.Experience system to register for workshops, search job listings and find career mentors


Connect with the Peers
  • In-Office Advising: SAC 192 and DPC 9500
  • Phone: 312.362.5415
  • Email:  peercareeradvisor@depaul.edu
  • Instant Chat: Check the chat box at the bottom of each page for availability.

Are you an undergrad or graduate student who’s interested in career development or career-related issues? Become a Peer Career Advisor. One-year commitment required. Email Hilarie Longnecker or connect with current Peer Career Advisors at peercareeradvisor@depaul.edu to learn more.



Career Advising

Career Advisors can assist you with choosing a major, identifying career options and trends in a particular field, deciding whether to attend graduate school, developing a resume, preparing for the interviewing process, negotiating a compensation package, making a career change and more.

Advisor
Advising Area
  • Alma Mendez-Ceballos
  • Keala Murdock
  • Michael Elias
  • Sarah Highstone
  • Ed Childs
  • Hilarie Longnecker
  • Gina Anselmo
  • Donna DelGiudice

In addition to full-time staff advisors, the Career Center team features a number of Graduate Interns who take on a variety of regular advising and operational responsibilities. They hold one-on-one career advising appointments, provide feedback on resumes, lead classroom presentations, facilitate career exploration workshops, assist with networking events and job/internship fairs, help develop and revise content for programs, and much more!


Advising Policies

To receive the maximum benefit from your advising session, prior to your appointment we ask that you:

  • Register in DePaul.Experience: Fill out your profile prior to your appointment
  • Do some career exploration of your own: This can include career research, attending Career Center workshops, or taking advantage of Peer Career Advising.
Cancellations

We request that you cancel appointments 24 hours in advance of the appointment - at that point, every effort will be made to reschedule the appointment within 5 business days.

Electronic Resume Reviews

Advisors will review resumes and job search correspondence within 2-5 business days of receiving it via email.

Tardiness

If a student or alumni is more than 15 minutes late for an advising appointment, the advisor reserves the right to reschedule the appointment.

Alumni Advising

Alumni who graduated more than a year ago are limited to three interactions with a career advisor in person, by phone or email. Alumni are encouraged to view the career service offerings through the Office of Alumni Relations.


Make an Appointment

DPC: 312.362.8437

LPC: 773.325.7431

Email Advising

Email the Career Advisor who specializes in your major or field. Include your full name and e-mail address and your career-related question. You should receive a response within three business days.

Graduate Intern Program

Advising and Outreach Internships