This section provides information to students about Barnard Career Development's services and programs. Click on the links below for more information about the following:
Learn about individual counseling appointments, drop-in hours, and career assessment tools.
Join us Friday, April 22 for a day-long exploration of career paths in tech for both the tech and non-tech major.
This section provides an overview of the tools available to students in their job and internship searches. Visit this section to learn more about the Student Employment Program.
Barnard hosts a career fair each semester open to all current students. Employers from a wide range of industries come to campus to discuss jobs and internships available at their organizations.
Employers often visit Barnard's campus to recruit students for full-time and internship positions. Visit this section to learn more about NACElink, Barnard Career Fairs, employer information sessions, and on-campus interviewing.
Read this section to learn about funding opportunities for unpaid internships and post-graduate fellowships.
The Senior Initiative program provides graduating seniors with the tools to navigate today's job market in order to prepare for life post-Barnard.
The Matching Alumnae to Partner with Students program (MAPS) brings current Barnard students and alumnae together for career mentoring and networking opportunities.
Visit this section for "Careers Connections", our monthly newsletter.
Barnard students are able to borrow suits for interviews and other professional events through the Suitable Suits program.
This section includes career development tip sheets as well as sample resumes and cover letters.
Our Virtual Library has a listing of websites that may be helpful to a student's job and internship search process.