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The College is here to help you as you make plans for the future, whether that means a student job next quarter, a summer internship, graduate study, or your post-graduation job search.
Stay connected to your friends and fellow alums and check out the Alumni Careers Network.
Career Advancement is your destination for career exploration and preparation. Find advice on resumés, job searches, interview prep, and more.
A select 3-year program in collaboration with the Chicago Booth School of Business that begins your 2nd year.
Shadow a health professional, create a strong portfolio for med school, and prepare for your MCATs.
This program offers workshops, mentoring, internships, and grants for students pursuing a career in the media.
For undergraduates interested in exploring the law through programs, volunteering, internships, and law school preparation.
Whether you’ve picked a major or you’re still making up your mind, consult these pages for information and advice.
Curious about the Fulbright? Want to become a Rhodes Scholar? Learn about and prepare for national scholarships available to you.
As an undergraduate student, you can take courses in the other divisions and some of the professional schools.
Planning on going to graduate or professional school? Get advice on grad applications, essay writing, and taking the GREs.
The Career Advancement internship pages contain a wealth of resources about available internships, including Metcalf Fellowships.
For people who like to get a jump on things here's information on how to get a BA/MA, or start medical school early.
If you're considering a career in education, the NSP can provide you with valuable and life-changing experiences.
Many professors employ students to assist them with their research -- it's a great way to learn more about your field while (often) getting paid.
The Student Employment site allows you to search for on- and off-campus jobs, for work-study and non-work-study positions.
Expand your understanding of another culture while satisfying your Civilization requirement or advancing your language skills.
The College awards around 100 travel grants in support of language study and research abroad. Application and evaluations are online.
This annual conference for 2nd and 3rd years, organized by the CPO, features alumni panelists discussing career and life options.
UCSC works with your schedule and interests to find a volunteer assignment that works for you.
This selective 2-year program prepares you to become a successful teacher through academic preparation and clinical internships.
The College Programming Office organizes this annual event to help 1st years make productive plans for the summer.