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Recent Graduates...

We are eager to hear from all alumni in the Class of 2014 about your postgraduate plans. Read more

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Graduate & Professional Days: Students

Graduate & Professional School Days will be held September 30 and October 1 at Barton Hall, 11:00 am—2:00 pm. Read more

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Three students are 2014 Goldwater scholars

Three Cornell undergraduates have won 2014 Barry Goldwater Scholarships, which support sophomores and juniors intending to pursue careers in natural... Read more

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Michelle Huang '14 Wins Luce Scholarship

An ILR School senior with an interest in international labor law, labor law, Michelle Huang ’14, is one of 18 new Luce scholars going to Asia in the... Read more

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Advocate for people with disabilities wins Truman scholarship

Teresa Danso-Danquah ’15, an ILR School student who has worked on advocating for people with disabilities at Cornell nationally and internationally,... Read more

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Biology major Katharine Leigh '15 wins Udall scholarship

Katharine (Kat) Leigh '15, a biology major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has received a 2014 Morris K. Udall Scholarship. Read more

Did You Know?

The areas of graduate or professional study most frequently selected by Cornell graduates to enter directly after undergraduate school are engineering, medicine, and law.

Welcome to Cornell Career Services

….where any student can identify, explore, and pursue any career. 

Cornell Career Services is part of Cornell's Division of Student and Academic Services. Our comprehensive services in Barnes Hall are open to all students, and complement the services offered through career offices in the undergraduate colleges that are tailored to more college-specific academic and career goals. Students in the Johnson School of Management, Law School, and College of Veterinary Medicine are served by their independent career offices.

The mission of Cornell Career Services is to contribute to the Cornell community of learning by providing outstanding career development services that help students apply their education and experiences toward advancing their career goals over a lifetime.

Cornell Career Services staff members want to help you learn about your skills and interests, and articulate them confidently in resumes, cover letters, interviews, and personal statements; identify and explore career options that you might pursue; and implement an effective strategy to attain your desired career outcomes. You will find many resources in these pages, and we also invite you to visit our offices in person.

View the Career Guide

Your comprehensive guide to understanding the career-development process.

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2013 Gold LogoNewCornell Career Services is an Out for Work Gold-Certified Career Center.

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