The Career Center
The Career Center provides undergraduate students with career coaching and career development services, self-assessments, workshops, presentations for academic departments, career fairs, and mock interviews, in addition to other services. The Career Center encourages students to take ownership of their career direction, and be willing to devote the time and energy necessary to conduct a successful search for jobs, internships, fellowships, and/or the identification of graduate school programs.
Graduate Career Services
The GCS team is a resource for students at every level – from new students seeking career discernment to experienced students seeking internships or fellowships to almost-graduated students weighing multiple job offers.
Graduate Business Career Services
Graduate Business Career Services focuses on developing ethical leaders who have a broad vision of the world and understand how to use business to improve local and global communities. Our students are challenged to balance mind with heart, personal success with care for others, and corporate growth with concern for the communities in which those companies operate.
The Career Services team strives to build long-lasting relationships with employer partners, and Notre Dame’s intimate community allows the team to get to know students on a personal level, identify the best ways to connect students to them, and ensure the right talent reaches students.
Staff Directory: recruitmendoza.nd.edu/key-points-of-contact
Administrative Office: 276 Mendoza College of Business (for the 2017 Fall Semester) / 5th floor of Duncan Student Center (beginning in the 2018 Spring Semester)
Law School Career Development Office
The mission of the Career Development Office is to provide Notre Dame Law School students and alumni with the information, education, and tools they need to develop fulfilling, successful careers. The CDO seeks to promote the national and international employment of Notre Dame Lawyers so that the values, ethics, and legal talents developed by Notre Dame Law School are used for the benefit of people throughout the world.