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When interviewing a candidate for a position, there's always a part of you that will make snap judgements and determine a degree of your feelings... Read more

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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, Employers

Cornell Career Services welcomes participation from all employers—small to large organizations, and from all employment sectors. At Cornell you'll find outstanding students who have been shaped by rigorous academics, an exceptional faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and an interdisciplinary educational system that promotes innovation across academic boundaries.

We in Cornell Career Services will work with you to help you connect with our students. You'll find much information in these pages—including contact information of individuals who will assist you—to help you begin.

Cornell Career Services is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and expects all employers recruiting our students to abide by NACE's Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services & Employment Professionals.