Coach Chat, career programming created especially for Emory alumni by the EAA, stimulates career thinking and shares the ideas, tools, and resources that will help alumni create their best future. From the best advice on overcoming networking fears to insights from a range of career and industry experts, and stories from alumni, Coach Chat provides expertise for a job search or career enhancement.
Register for the next Coach Chat or view or listen to past programs.
A variety of job postings are available to alumni; some are exclusive to specific schools or graduation years. Undergraduates 0-2 years post-graduation, including College, BBA, and Nursing alumni, can access job postings through EagleOps.
The EAA's Alumni Career Services features a comprehensive career advising and coaching service that unites alumni with trained professionals to help you meet and surpass your professional goals.
Five career centers provide support on campus:
The Career Center provides services free of charge to Undergraduates 0-2 years post-graduation, including College, BBA, and Nursing alumni. Contact 404.727.6211 for appointments.
Career services are available to Emory Law School alumni.
Career services are available to Goizueta Business School alumni.
Career services are available to Rollins School of Public Health alumni.
Career services are available to Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing alumni.
The Emory network is valuable asset for all alumni and students. To tap into the Emory network, the following resources are available: the Career Contact feature in our online Alumni Directory; the Emory Alumni Association group on LinkedIn, among others; and other social media networks such as the EAA chapters and interest groups on Facebook.
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Employers are invited to post full-time or part-time opportunities and internships for students and alumni through the University’s career services offices. Please contact the appropriate career services office to post opportunities or to participate in on-campus recruiting activities.
Read articles on job search and career management topics.
Going Global career and employment resources includes world-wide job openings, internships listings, industry profiles, and country-specific career information. Going Global's USA City Guides contain career and employment resources for the 40 largest metropolitan areas.
The Emory Alumni Association is pleased to offer alumni access to a new resource. JobSync is a new online service that can match you to high-fit jobs based on your experience, qualifications, and personality. Your universal profile will automatically be matched to jobs at leading companies like AMD, Progressive, Qualcomm, Kimberly-Clark, and Avery Dennison. JobSync will notify you when there’s a match. Complete your confidential candidate profile at no charge and learn more at alumni.jobsync.com
Wakefield is a site dedicated to startup career resources. You can sign up to receive a daily email that delivers the best stories and job openings at today's successful startups. To access content, go to http://getwakefield.com/startupcareers. The password is getuncubed.
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Ordering Emory Transcripts is now FREE and ONLINE!
The Emory Office of the Registrar is excited to announce that transcripts can now be ordered online for free.* This new functionality allows all Emory students and alumni to place their transcript orders online—and receive confirmation of when it's been delivered (whether it's paper or electronic) in real time. *Students that were enrolled before 1990 may not be eligible for all delivery methods.