Events for Every Stage of Your
Career Journey

The Career Center is constantly adding new events and workshops. Discover which is right for you.

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    Employer Information Sessions

    Meet with employers and post-graduate schools to learn more about companies, career fields, and what it takes to enter the workforce.

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    Workshops, Panels and Networking Events

    Gain first-hand knowledge from industry professionals who are currently working in your area of interest.

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    Comprehensive Series

    Develop your skills with our in-depth workshop series including ‘JumpStart,’ ‘Inside Careers,’ and ‘Crash Course.’

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    Career and Internship Fairs

    Engage and network with employers who want to hire Bruins! Bring your resume and best elevator pitch.

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Undergraduate Events

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Spring 2020 Virtual Application Marathon

Sat 5/9 | 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM


Searching for inspiration and motivation to apply to jobs and internships as we all adjust to a remote world? Want to hold yourself accountable to your goals while receiving the support you need to achieve them?

Stress & the Career Search in the Era of COVID-19

Stress & the Career Search in the Era of COVID-19

Fri 5/22 | 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM


Are you feeling overwhelmed and anxious about your post-grad plans? This workshop combines the expertise of CAPS and Career Center professionals to provide mental health support and offer concrete strategies for navigating your career post-graduation.

UC Virtual Fair

UC Virtual Career Fair

Wed 5/27 | 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM


Students from all ten University of California campuses are invited to meet employers and network to learn about full-time, co-op, or internship opportunities in an exciting virtual setting. All students, from every major and all degree levels (bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, postdocs), seeking non-technical career opportunities are encouraged to attend this event, so register on CareerEco today!

Graduate Events

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Tackling the Job Search in the Age of COVID19 for Grad Students and Postdocs

Wed 4/15 | 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM


How do you find a job at this challenging time? Join us for an interactive workshop to learn how to effectively tackle the job search in the age of COVID19. We'll talk about how employers are handling recruiting and hiring at this time, different search engines to find job openings, how to use search terms to find the jobs you are looking for, and other strategies to find jobs. We'll end with a Q and A to answer your specific questions.

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Virtual Interviewing: Tips to Master the Online and Telephone Interview for Grad Students and Postdocs

Thu 4/23 | 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM


Employers are increasingly using online platforms and telephone screening in the first rounds of the interview process. Persuading someone that you are the right candidate for a job or internship is a skill that requires thought, practice and confidence. Learn persuasive techniques to enhance your storytelling abilities and highlight key contributions and skills. We'll cover best practices to master both telephone and online interviews. Attendees will leave with a strong understanding of how to prepare for and excel in two specific interview settings.

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Building Professional Relationships Online in the Age of COVID19 for Grad Students and Postdocs

Thu 4/28 | 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM


With more people working virtually right now, take advantage of this opportunity to develop online professional relationships with alumni, potential employers, and mentors who can help you explore career paths and undertake a successful job search. We'll talk about how to find people to talk with and explain how to set up and prepare for informational interviews. And we'll share best practices to help nurture these professional relationships. We'll end with a Q and A to answer your specific questions.