For those pursuing a postdoctoral experience at Notre Dame, Graduate Career Services, along with other campus partners, are available to support through a variety of resources and services. You can schedule one-one appointments with a Graduate Career Consultant, attend workshops and events, and utilize our variety of career resources. In addition, there are several offices that provide support during your time as a scholar.
- Graduate Career Services Consultants are assigned by academic colleges and are available to meet with you to discuss any career topic of interest.
- 5 + 1 Program (Arts & Letters Only): Meet with Graduate Career Consultant Erik Simon (firstname.lastname@example.org / 574-631-1892) to discuss career resources and strategies
- Events & Workshops: Attend career development events that focus on a variety of topics
- Career Resources (Our Process): Utilize a wide range of resources for career exploration, the application process, and the job search and interviewing
- Notre Dame Opportunities: Overall ; 5+1 Program (Arts & Letters Students Only)
- External Fellowship Databases: Discover opportunities through ♣ Pivot and H-Net
- The National Postdoctoral Association – Provides resources for potential and current post-docs and their advisors
- Career.edu – An international job search board for universities and government research agencies
- PostDocJobs.com – A site that provides information about jobs, career tips, and work visas
- PhDs.org – Helps graduate students prepare for the changing demands of today’s job market
- "Applying for a Postdoctoral Fellowship," The Chronicle of Higher Ed – Article with advice for first-time post-doc applicants
- The Graduate School: Offers graduate training that is available to scholars, as well as provides support and resources through it's Office for Postdoctoral Affairs
- Notre Dame Human Resources: As a scholar, you are considered a staff member of Notre Dame and have access to training and support through resources such as Endeavour and Skillport