What are Career Communities?
Career Communities are industry-focused groups that assist undergraduate and graduate students in narrowing down their career aspirations into manageable and relevant fields. They also allow faculty, staff, employers, and alumni to interact with students through specific and targeted communities by writing blogs, participating as mentors, or helping guide students to the Communities that fall within their career interests. Students are encouraged to explore more than one community – given that each aligns with interests, values, goals, and possible career paths. Students who are still exploring many options can find helpful content through the Career Exploration Community page.
What does each community page offer?
Each Career Community will feature tailored and carefully-cultivated content, aimed at supporting interested students’ career and personal development. Within each Community page, students will find potential career paths, featured internships and jobs, a sampling of the mentors available to students from that Community, blogs and career advice, student organizations to consider joining – and more!
To learn more about Career Communities read the blog “Exploring Opportunities Using Career Communities” and explore the pages below.
Agriculture, Animals, Food, and the Environment
Arts, Media, and Communication
Business, Finance, Sales, and Marketing
Education and Sports
Government, Public Administration, and Law
Healthcare and Wellness
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Non-profit, Social Service, and other Careers for the Common Good
Science, Data, and Technology