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College of Education and Human Development
104 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Dr. S.E
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Voice:  612-626-9252

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CEHD graduate students career services

Whether you're interested in the academic or non-academic job search, be sure to check out these resources:

Graduate and Professional Students' Guide to Career Planning

Graduate Assistantships

Non-Academic Job Search

Individual Appointments

CEHD Career Services offers individual appointments for graduate students focused on resume/CV review, cover letter writing, and the non-academic interview and job search. Schedule an appointment online.

Career Resources

Versatile PhD: Interested in careers outside of academia? Versatile PhD is a web-based community where you can participate in discussions, network with PhDs and ABDs working outside academia, and explore sample resumes and cover letters.

Academic Job Search

Center for Teaching and Learning

Graduate and Professional Student Career Workshops

The Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education: This website allows you to search colleges and universities to compare institutional fit.

Academic Job Search Sites

Chronicle of Higher Education

HigherEdJobs.com

Academic Keys

Career Events

CEHD Career Services coordinates and collaborates on career events for graduate students which include: employer information sessions, employer recruitment events, on-campus interviews, Government and Non-Profit Job and Internship Fair, MN Education Job Fair, Networking Breakfast for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars, and career workshops for graduate students. To learn more about these opportunities, visit GoldPASS or connect with your academic department's DGS Assistant.



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