It is never too early to begin to utilize the services provided by the DePaul Career Center. These services are designed to assist in preparing for your future career and all students are strongly encouraged to participate in the opportunities available. Included here are some of the resources available to you.
One-On-One Career Advising Sessions
The DePaul Career Center offers industry specific advising for each of our 6 different career communities.
Technology & Design,
Media, Communication, Arts & Entertainment,
Health Care & Science,
Education, Nonprofit & Government,
Business, Entrepreneurship & Consulting, and
Exploration. Career Advisors are available in both the Loop Career Center (DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson, Ste 9500) and Lincoln Park Career Center (SAC, 2320 N. Kenmore, Room 192). Set up an appointment via
Handshake. Drop-in advising (i.e. no appointment necessary) is also available throughout the week (see
individual career community pages for details).
If you wish to meet with a Career Advisor in regards to opportunities and career advice within the Film and Television industry, we recommend scheduling an appointment with the Media, Communication, Arts & Entertainment advisor via
Resumes & Resume Reviews
Need help created or updating your resume? Get started with
resume samples and then see a Career Advisor for a review. Need your resume reviewed within the next 48 hours? Stop into either campus location to have a Peer Career Advisor give your resume a quick review.
Jobs & Internships
job and internship postings on Handshake.
Jobs & Internship Fairs
DePaul's Job & Internship fairs employees recruit students and alumni of all majors and experience levels. Don't miss the Technology & Job Internship Fair in the fall! Login to
Handshake for a complete listing of career fairs and events. Handshake is DePaul's hub for job and internship listings, career fair and event registration, mentor connections, and more.
ASK - Alumni Sharing Knowledge
Want to peek inside a career to see if it's a good fit? DePaul's
ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) Network connects you with alumni to answer your career questions, practice interviewing, and help build your professional network. ASK mentors were once DePaul students, so they know what you're going through. Learn how to connect with ASK Mentors!