CEHD alumni are welcome to use CEHD Career Services based on the following guidelines:
All CEHD career services are available to alumni two years after graduation. These services include access to GoldPASS, the U of M's job posting site, the CEHD Career Services website, and individual appointments covering topics such as resume review, networking, interviewing skills, career exploration, and job search planning.
Alumni who graduated more than two years ago are welcome to use the resources on the CEHD Career Services website and have access to GoldPASS, the U of M's job posting website. Forgot your GoldPASS password? Call 612-301-HELP for assistance.
We do not schedule appointments for alumni who graduated more than two years ago because our services are targeted to the career needs of current students and recent alumni.
I will be the first person in my family to graduate from college. I value education a lot, and I want to give back to my community.
Career goals: Julie is planning to pursue graduate studies in higher education or counseling. She wants to help in particular first-generation and underrepresented students have success in college.
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LinkedIn: Connect with the CEHD Alumni and Student Networking Group.
Online Career Workshops: Gather basic career information and improve your job search skills by viewing one of our online workshops.
Job Search and Resource Databases: U of M, Minnesota, and national job search databases and resources.
Leadership and Talent Development: Alumni who are current U of M employees are encouraged to explore leadership opportunities at the U of M.
Through individual consultations, assessments, and workshops, the College of Continuing Education can help you discover a path to more meaningful and satisfying lifework.
University of Minnesota Alumni Association: The University of Minnesota Alumni Association is dedicated to connecting alumni, students, and friends in lifelong support of the University of Minnesota and each other.
CEHD Alumni Society: Become a member of the Alumni Association and the CEHD Alumni Society, attend events, and reconnect with the U of M and CEHD.
Volunteer: Volunteer with current CEHD students by participating in informational interviews, mock interviews, presentations, or career panels.