We know that you have been through the job hunt before, have a résumé or CV that has worked well in the past, and know your way around an interview. But even experienced executives can benefit from the expert guidance provided at Northeastern University’s Office of Career Development. They can go beyond the basics to help you perfect your materials, rethink your career trajectory, and market yourself effectively.
Looking to apply for a new job or promotion? Career Development can help you think through a negotiation strategy, redesign your CV or résumé, or rework your elevator pitch. Your certificate is a new professional credential that you need to highlight. We can help you craft your message.
International certificate students may find the Office of Career Development to be helpful in making sense of the American job search process, learning about cultural differences that may impact your job search, and finding networking opportunities.
The Office of Career Development can also offer expert advice on specific issues relevant to students with disabilities, women students, LGBTQ+ students, and veterans.
Northeastern University’s Office of Career Development is one of the best in the nation. It has been consistently ranked #1 or #2 by The Princeton Review since 2011 and #1 for Career Services by College Magazine in 2014.
In a recent survey, 96% of students indicated that they made progress toward their career goals after one meeting with a career counselor in Career Development.
Of students indicated that they would return to Career Development
for another advising meeting.
Career Development listed jobs at approximately 2,000 new companies for the 2015-2016 academic year.