Career Exploration & Self-Assessment
As they near graduation, many graduate students are left wondering, “What can I do with my degree?” While it may be hard to come up with an immediate answer, there are steps you can take to begin exploring the types of careers you might enjoy.
ImaginePhD is a free online career exploration and planning tool that helps PhD students in the humanities and social sciences explore a range of non-academic professions.
As a GC student, you can get free access to Vault.com, a career research website that helps you find out what it’s really like to work in a certain industry, company, or profession.
In this final design thinking post, you’ll learn about how to implement your idea in a structured, intentional way to gauge its impact and potential success in the market.
In this blog post, we take the design thinking process a step further to generate unexpected possibilities through successive rounds of ideation.
As a graduate student, you are an attractive candidate to prospective employers. But how do you understand your career options and translate your skills, content knowledge, and interests into job opportunities?
Regardless of the path leading to career befuddlement, students and alumni are often left wondering, “What career path should I pursue now? What are my options? And how do I figure it all out?”