Students... Welcome back! Planning to participate in on-campus recruiting (OCR)? Read more
Employers... Register for University Career Fair Days, August 30, 31 and September 7, 8. Read more
Atticus DeProspo ’15 and Karen Duffy ’13, M.Eng ’14, have been awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship at the University of Cambridge, England. Read more
Charles Aquadro, Laura Harrington and Sean Nicholson are recipients of the Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellowship for outstanding teaching of... Read more
A new program modeled on the Rhodes Scholarship will include three Cornellians among its 111-member inaugural class: Juliana Batista ’16, Atticus... Read more
Did You Know?
Of the students in a typical Cornell graduating class, 33 percent enroll in graduate or professional schools; 52 percent enter the workforce; and 15 percent pursue other endeavors, for example, volunteer service.
Welcome to Cornell Career Services
….where students engage in learning and self-discovery, and build connections to prepare for managing their careers as they contribute to a changing world.
Cornell Career Services is part of Cornell's Division of Student and Campus Life. 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 empower students to identify their strengths, interests, and values; discover and explore possibilities; gain experience; and develop strategies for pursuing diverse career paths and making mindful career decisions. We offer an array of career-development activities that inspire students to gain confidence and establish a foundation upon which to build their careers 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.