- Schedule an Appointment
- Graduate Career Exploration
- Resume, CV and Cover Letter Writing
- Internship/Job Search
- Year of Service
Doctoral Career Exploration
The Career Services Center can assist you with career exploration; this process looks different for each person.
Knowing yourself involves understanding the many different layers that contribute to your unique self. It can be helpful to understand your personal interest, skills, work values, and personality type as these attributes are all a part of your identity.
- Guide to Career Development for Graduate Students
- Imagine PhD
A career exploration and planning tool for the humanities and social sciences
- Individual Development Plan (myIDP)
- Exercises to help you examine your skills, interests, and values
- A list of 20 scientific career paths with a prediction of which ones best fit your skills and interests
- A tool for setting strategic goals for the coming year, with optional reminders to keep you on track
- Articles and resources to guide you through the process
- Self Assessments:
- Occupational Targets
Researching Marquette's graduate programs expands your knowledge of possibilities and presents the opportunity to evaluate curriculum and possible career paths associated with your program(s) of interest. Researching various career fields and occupations expands your knowledge of different career possibilities.
- Career Research: Graduate Programs
- “What can you do with that PhD?: FAQs about non-academic jobs”
- Imagine PhD: Job Families
Information about career paths that are of particular interest to humanities and social sciences PhDs
Networking with professionals in your field(s) of interest exposes you to industry information and can be greatly helpful in beginning and furthering your career.
Decision making is the process of choosing between two or more courses of action. Career decision-making can revolve around choosing an ideal position, a geographical location, or salary and other financial matters.