Careers & Outcomes

You've found your passion, and now you're ready to turn that into a career. 

Our students acquire skills that serve them well past graduation.

Finding a career after you graduate can seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, we have the resources to help you.

Looking for a job or internship? 

View our Linktree here for current opportunities

The Career Center

Global Studies Career Outcomes

Want to know what our students do after graduation? Search for Global Studies on the Career Center's database.

Search Career Outcome Data

Register for CareerLink

CAREERlink is a career management system where you can search and apply for jobs, internships, and co-ops, manage your applications, and RSVP for programs and workshops. On CAREERlink, you can also upload and submit application materials such as resumes, cover letters, and other supporting materials like writing samples and portfolios.

Visit the CareerLink website

Browse Resources and Tools

The Career Center has an abundant amount of resources and guides to help you along your journey.

Career Center Resources and Tools

Make an Appointment

Don't be shy - whether you're just starting to think of options or have a specific path in mind, it's easy to meet with a career advisor! The Career Center's online tool lets you schedule an appointment at any time and help find the right advisor to get started.

meet a career advisor

Alumni Profiles

Hear directly from our alumni about their experiences and how their IAS major led them into their career.

Browse our Alumni Profiles

"For students who are unsure of where they want to take their interests in current events, history, international affairs, politics, etc., the IAS department offers a way for them to learn about these topics and find careers that involve all of them. Because we discussed issues from multiple vantage points, I better understand how issues in the real world spread beyond the borders of just one academic department."

―Tory ScordatoIAS: Development major, Class of 2018