(Doctoral/Masters Students) Whether you are in the first year of your master's program, getting acclimated to academia again, or at the culmination of your Ph.D. program and in the midst of a job search, understanding who you are as a professional and being able to communicate this to others is paramount.
Career Exploration and Success
Office of Career Exploration & Success
Supporting all Rutgers-New Brunswick students and alumni, regardless of career interest, academic discipline, or degree level.
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Join this 2-day in-person event to network with employers to discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities from a wide variety of fields.
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Facts & Figures
Career and Internship Guide: News, Tips and More
Making plans for your future can be challenging. You can begin by gaining insight into your personal attributes, values, skills, and interests through the self-assessment process. Once you have clarity around the values, skills, and interests that are most important to your professional future, you can begin to research regions, employers, and organizations that might create environments where the values identified through your self-assessment process can thrive.
"So thankful to have had the opportunity to plan and teach my very own college course at Rutgers through the FIGS program!"
Adam D'Angelo SEBS'20
Facts & Figures
"Many ODASIS students engage with CES often, and the department has been instrumental in their paths to becoming healthcare professionals."
Dr. Kamal Khan*
Director, Office for Diversity and Academic Success in the Sciences
Facts and Figures
"We love that the CES staff is so easy to work with and accessible. It’s a pleasure to partner in strategic ways to make an impact on campus and welcome students to our family.”
Jamil Price, Johnson & Johnson*