Career Resources for You and Your Students

The Career Center is committed to helping DePaul students develop the workplace skills and meaningful connections vital to succeed in today’s job market. Faculty are important partners in fulfilling this commitment; we work together to ensure our students understand how their academic experiences and choices align with major and career decisions and leave DePaul well-equipped for their post-graduate professional pursuits.

The Career Center is also a faculty resource. Please refer students our way for assistance and feel free to contact us for
industry-, job- and internship-related information and support. The Career Center serves degree-seeking undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni from all schools and colleges at DePaul University, with the exception of Law and Kellstadt. Law students and alumni are served by Law Career Services; DePaul MBA and MS Business students and alumni are serviced by the Kellstadt Career Management Center.

Services for Your Students

We have services and programs to assist students at every phase of the career decision-making and development process. Download our Services Overview PDF to share with your students.

Incorporate Career Development into Your Curriculum

Our partnership with you can occur in or outside of the classroom; the following are possible course assignment ideas or collaboration opportunities:

  • Create a Customized Practice Interview - InterviewStream is a video mock interview system. It includes a faculty module that allows you to create custom assignments using pre-recorded video questions that can be e-mailed to students. Check out the Faculty Guide for tips.
  • Host a guest speaker - Career Center advisors and staff are available to attend classes to speak about career planning and job search, as well as industry and population-specific topics. We can speak for 10 minutes or deliver a specialized presentation that fills a whole class period – whatever works for you! We can also help connect you to employer and alumni guest speakers.
  • Attend a career event or fair – Bring your class to an event or fair, or incorporate workshop or networking event attendance into a professional development and reflection assignment.
  • Assign a resume or cover letter critique – Students may schedule an appointment for a critique or take advantage of weekly walk-in hours at both campuses.