Graduate Student Resources
The graduate student career search process is quite different from an undergraduate's experience largely due to life experiences and a need for work-life balance. What's important for the graduate student to remember is that career development is a life-long process that begins now. Your time in graduate school provides a unique opportunity to utilize resources to prepare you for a lifetime of professional development.
What we offer to graduate and professional students at Case Western Reserve University is the opportunity to discover avenues not typically considered. We also offer services and resources to enhance your professional development skills.
If you are interested in exploring graduate or professional schools, learn more from our researching graduate schools web page.
Case Western Reserve graduate students have access to career counseling services, career fairs and events. Our career counselors can assist you in your career search process. From reviewing your resume or CV, to preparing for your academic or industry interview, you can set up an appointment by calling 216.368.4446. Graduate students also have access to the online job resources in My Career, which include CWRULink, Careershift, Going Global and others.
Find resources, organizations and groups that can support you as you move into your career in academia or industry.
In addition to general tips, we also offer advice specifically geared to grad students. Learn about the differences between a resume or C.V., or how to prepare for an academic interview.
Do you want to be more effective when it comes to networking? Here, we have the resources so you can learn how to do just that.