Jobs & Internships

Finding a job or internship can seem like a daunting process. The Career Center has tools and resources to help you find the opportunities that are right for you. Meet with a Career Advisor to create a personal job search strategy.

Handshake is DePaul’s hub for job and internship listings, career fair and event registration, mentor connections and more. Login with your Campus Connect username and password.

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The Campus Job Board lists available on-campus positions throughout the university. Jobs are available in a variety of departments, across all skill levels. Some on-campus jobs also qualify as internships for academic credit. You must be a current DePaul student (enrolled at least half-time) to work on-campus. Campus Connection login and password required.
Going Global provides expert career advice for more than 90 domestic and international locations, news on H1B visa employers, global job and internship opportunities, and a comprehensive database filled with worldwide employers.
  Country Career Guides: Find expert advice and resources that will help you discover career opportunities with a variety of companies, non-profits and volunteer organizations at home and abroad.
  USA/Canada Career Guides: Explore career opportunities in cities across North America and gain access to networking groups, job search resources, industry trends, cost of living data and more.

Please note, students who participate in Career Center, Alumni Sharing Knowledge, and Office of Student Employment services, including use of our online systems, must adhere to the standards outlined in the User Agreement.

Prepare for Your Job or Internship Search

1. Research
Find out what types of jobs are in your field of interest. If you are not sure what you want to do, assessments and workshops can help you explore how your interests match up with career choices.

In addition to researching online, attend Career Center Networking Events to learn more about what people are doing in different fields.
2. Write a resume and cover letter
Your resume and cover letter are your personal marketing tools; they showcase your skills and experiences to employers. The goal, of course, is to make a positive impression and entice employers to contact you for an interview. Make sure your resume shines. Peer Career Advisors offer resume help and critiques on a walk-in basis.
3. Practice your interviewing skills
How you communicate, on paper and in person, can affect an employer’s opinion of you. Take control of your interview success. Practice your interviewing technique with online tools or get tips during a one-on-one interview with an alumni mentor.
4. Build your network and make connections
Learn about the fields you’re interested in directly from people who are working in them. Get “inside information” on industry trends, organizational culture, and hiring outlook. Connect with alumni through the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Program. Learn more at

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