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Career Development Resources for Graduate Students
Access to Your Career Development
Preparing Future Faculty Professionals
Career Development and Planning Timeline
Making Career Decisions the Ignation Way from Scranton
Marquette Career Services Graduate Career Exploration
ImaginePhD is a career exploration and planning tool for Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers and scholars dedicated to the humanities and social sciences. It is a free, online resource that enables you to explore careers by evaluating and reflecting on your own abilities, values and interests that navigates related professional opportunities.
PhDs at Work
PhDs At Work provides an online space for this shared learning and for making new connections. Learn from peers who have successfully transitioned from academia to industry, gain expert insight on how to manage your career, and join us for an event to connect with new colleagues.
Carpe Careers - Weekly articles with practical advice from members of the Graduate Career Consortium.
Humanities and Social Sciences
MLA and Mellon Foundation
Preparing doctoral students of language and literature for a variety of careers from the MLA and the Mellon Foundation -- this site provides resources to help prepare doctoral students to use their humanistic training in a broader range of occupations.
InterSECT Humanities Jobs Situations
An online platform that allows Ph.D.-level humanists and scientists, regardless of professional stage, to explore future career options.
The Humanities PhD Project
Diverse career stories shared by humanities Ph.D.s -- conversation designers, curators, learning specialists and consultants.
Office of Intramural Training and Education, a career development resource project created by the National Institutes of Health.
American Chemistry Society offers these career resources through their "ACS Career Navigator"