From cover letters to job fairs, from networking to internships, there’s a lot you need to know when planning the next steps of your academic or professional career. Brown provides a wealth of tips, tutorials, and databases to help you envision and shape your future.
Graduate School Panels
Friday, September 29, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. International Affairs Graduate Program Information Session
Location: Kim Koo Library
Brown CareerLAB Links
The one-stop shop for connecting students to internship and job postings and all of the CareerLAB’s programs and services, including a calendar of events and scheduling one-on-one appointments with a career counselor
Resources and advice (including tip sheets and tutorials) for how to find an internship.
BrownConnect serves first years, sophomores and juniors who are seeking high-quality internships and research opportunities and funding opportunities. In addition, BrownConnect provides all graduate, undergraduate students and alum with the ability to search for and connect with more than 50,000 Brown alum.
How to use Brown’s resources to search for jobs.
First destinations (employment, graduate school, and fellowships)
CareerLAB Databases and Resources
One-stop shop for all of the CareerLAb’s tip sheets (including sample resumes and cover letters), career exploration databases, videos & tutorials, social media feeds, career assessment tools, and Interfolio.
How to navigate on-campus recruitment
Timeline and details for how on-campus recruitment process works.
Careers in the Common Good
Resources for students and alumni interested in nonprofit, social enterprise or public service careers and working for the common good, including alumni events, paid internship programs, Exploring Options job and internship database, career Fairs focused on the environment, non-profit and public services, and counseling.
Exploring Options Database
The Exploring Options database provides links to job and internship listings, programs, fellowships, networking opportunities and more divided by 20 issue areas, including: Arts, Community Development, Environment and Sustainability, Faith-Based Community Work and Ministry, Fundraising and Foundations, Higher Education, International Development and Relations, K-12, Education, Labor, Law and Human Rights, Literacy and Language Education, Media, Organizing and Activism, Public Health, Public Policy, Social Entrepreneurism and Impact Investing, Social Services, Technology and New Media, Women, and Youth.