Visit this page for detailed information about accessing our services and staff while our Career Center operates virtually.
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Whether you’re searching for a job or internship, or just looking to schedule an appointment with your career consultant, Handshake is Pitt’s comprehensive career management database.
Use this virtual mock interviewing site to practice your skills, whether you’re prepping for an internship, job, or graduate school interview! Register on Pitt’s Big Interview site to create an account with your Pitt email address.
Career Closet (Please note: The Career Closet is closed while the Career Center is operating virtually.)
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A comprehensive resource for exploring the connection between academic majors and potential career fields.
Also, create a free profile to utilize Buzzfile’s Employer by Major and Employer by State databases where you can see which employers in your state are hiring your major.
Pitt Commons is a new online platform that allows students, faculty, staff, alumni, postdocs, and friends of the University of Pittsburgh to establish networking and/or mentoring relationships that are meaningful and specific to their unique interests and academic and career goals. Click the link to join the network!
Pitt’s online destination for international job and internship search strategies as well as career resources for more than 75 countries.
Career tools designed to help you assess your career interests and options.
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Familiarize yourself with these tips for spotting job or internship postings online that are not legitimate employers and could end up costing you time or money.
The Career Center is committed to the safety of our students. If you have been a victim of sexual harassment and/or misconduct at an internship or co-op employment site, please visit the Title IX Office at the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to learn about resources and next steps. In addition to their website, you can reach the Title IX Office at 412-648-7860 or at email@example.com.
The Career Center offers career services to all current Pitt students and recent alumni.
Career Consultants assist with all phases of career development, from choosing a major to getting an internship, to beginning your job search, applying to grad school, salary negotiation, and more. They provide career assessments, résumé and cover letter writing assistance, and mock interviews. If you’re interested in the Internship Guarantee program, our Internship Team will be happy to meet with you.
Our employment team hosts our large scale career fairs and on-site recruiting opportunities.
Our office conducts various classroom presentations, workshops, and large scale events to allow each student to get the tailored service they need to be successful. You are able to meet one-on-one with our Career Consultants for quick drop-in meetings and longer appointments (scheduled through Handshake).
Students are welcome to stop by Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm. Staff will be available for assistance for short 20 minute drop-in appointments. If you'd like to schedule a longer appointment, students are encouraged to schedule with their Career Consultant on Handshake.
We have a variety of career exploration resources. Career assessments are not the final answer to finding your career, but they do generate information and ideas that can be useful pieces in the career decision-making process. In order to complete one of our assessments like the MBTI or Strong Interest Inventory, please make an appointment with your Career Consultant through Handshake.
We can assist in all realms of the job search process from providing job posting resources on Handshake, to résumé and cover letter writing, to networking basics, to mock interviews. This does not guarantee you will get a job, but will provide you all the necessary tools to help make that process more successful.
Yes! Alumni are welcome to use our resources and services. Please click here to learn more.
University Staff and Faculty
Our office primarily serves students and alumni so we refer to the series of events the University of Pittsburgh Office of Human Resources hosts each year or can provide a referral to an external career counselor.