Career Resources

Masters and Ph.D. students are encouraged to access career resources not only from Graduate Career Resources but also from our myriad campus partners.

Find Your Next Opportunity

Looking for an internship or full-time job? Graduate Career Services' Go IRISH database is available for current graduate students. Go IRISH lists jobs requiring various levels of education/experience.

Consulting Services

Graduate students may schedule a one-on-one advising session in person or over the phone with a Graduate Career Services Consultant to discuss individual job search needs. Email us at gradcareers@nd.edu.

Professional Development Workshops/Events

Master and Ph.D. students are encouraged to attend professional development workshops/events, employer information sessions, career fairs, and other job-related events.  GCS encourages graduate students to visit the Graduate School's Professional Development web pages to find additional training resources..

Blog:  Irish Ready: Unhindered Career Commentary

Graduate students may elect to follow Irish Ready: Unhindered Career Commentary, Graduate Career Service's blog, a compilation of career tips and expert advice targeted to the Master/Ph.D. population.

Curated Job BoardsWebsites, and Blogs

We have compiled a list of relevant websites and blogs that will help you find your professional footing and acquire the skills relevant to today's employers.

Research and Funding

Grant writing is a valuable professional skillset. We encourage graduate students to contact the Office of Grants and Fellowships to request an individual consultation as an integral part of your graduate training. In the interim, check out the Graduate School's website for additional resources on finding, writing, and submitting your grant or fellowship applications.

Other Resources

Graduate Career Services provides additional access to other career tools and resources designed to help you with your job or internship search including Academic IndexBig Interview, InterfolioMy IDP, University of Notre Dame business cards, and The Versatile Ph.D.