Your career development needs continue after you graduate from Quinnipiac. Whether you are in the midst of a job search, applying to graduate school or contemplating a career change, we can assist you with your plans. Programs and services include:

  • Individual career counseling and advising sessions
  • Assistance with resume/cover-letter writing and other job search correspondence
  • Interview practice and preparation
  • Connections with other alumni and employers
  • Career fairs, panels and workshops
  • Job and internship listings and strategy sessions
  • Graduate school information
  • Multiple opportunities for alumni career development through the Alumni Office, including the Career Alumni Network

If you've found a satisfying career path, consider how you can share your expertise with current students and other alumni. Ways to get involved include:

  • Sponsoring an intern
  • Posting a full-time job listing
  • Volunteering to speak on a career panel or address a group of students individually
  • Attending a career fair
  • Arranging a site visit for students to tour your workplace

For more information about how you can participate, contact:

Staff Members
Cynthia Christie, assistant dean for career development, School of Health Sciences and the School of Nursing

Rick DelVecchio, director of career development, College of Arts and Sciences

Jill Koehler, associate dean for career development, School of Business and School of Engineering

Grace Peiffer, director of employer relations, School of Business and Engineering

Dana Rosengard, assistant dean for career development, School of Communications

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