Please see below for some of the resources available to you as you embark on your search for a post-graduate opportunity:
This is Barnard Career Development’s job and internship database system and the best place to start your job search as well as to stay up-to-date with our calendar of events. Opportunities are added daily! Please read your responsibilities as a job seeker below before using Nacelink.
During your senior year you can take part in the Senior Initiative, an intensive program designed to prepare you for life after graduation. You can participate in the Senior Initiative in the fall or the spring, and the program includes networking and interview workshops, faux interviewing, working one-on-one with a career counselor, and more. Visit the Senior Initiative page for more information.
Job search workshops are held throughout each semester in the Career Development office to discuss strategies on how to search for internships and how to market experience to potential employers. Please log-in to NACElink and check under the “Events” tab for the time and locations of these workshops.
It is also a good idea to meet with a Peer Career Advisor or make an appointment with a career counselor to learn more about Career Development resources and get help focusing your search. Please call the Career Development front desk at 212-854-2033 to make an appointment with a counselor.
Attend our career fairs, employer information sessions and interview on campus with top employers for some of the most competitive full-time jobs available. To learn more, visit the On-Campus Recruitment section of our website.
The Barnard Alumnae Network allows you to connect with alumnae working in your career fields of interest. You will be granted access to the network during the fall semester of your senior year. The Barnard Alumnae Network can be accessed via the alumnae section of Barnard's website.
Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker
Before you start your job search, review your rights and responsibilities as a job seeker and employee here.
Newsletters and E-Mails
Career Development provides information on the latest post-graduate opportunities through our listings of “Hot Jobs” on our homepage, our Facebook and Twitter pages, a weekly eNews e-mail, a monthly newsletter, and periodic e-mails about specific post-graduate opportunities. Students interested in public interest and nonprofit sector opportunities should subscribe to the New York City Civic Engagement Program Newsletter for weekly updates.