Panel discussions focused on an array of industries, three are targeted for educators, including teaching, couseling, and leadership
Education Job Fair
Annual job fair held in the winter quarter for students and alumni
Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK)
ASK mentors with education experience or degrees offer insight and resources
Highlights on-campus positions and resources
Financial Fitness Program
Specialized workshops, online resources, and individual advising on money matters and financial planning
Online Recruiting System
Off-site industry specific jobs and internships through our DePaul Experience site
On-Campus Interviewing (OCI)
Presentations and interviews by employers in the industry
Peer Career Advisor Program
Resume critiques & other basic career advising services provided in office and via email. No appointment needed!
General and industry specific resources to support career development
Visit our Career Center website to review specialized resources for College of Education students including:
- Resume and Cover Letter Samples
- Interview checklists, questions, and online practice mock interview resources
- Job search resources
- Teaching Abroad and Out of State resources
- Education Associations and Student Organizations
- Weekly updates to “Hot Jobs” posted in DePaul Experience
- Get connected to all our social media resources to network with professionals
- And more!
In addition to our traditional offerings, there is a comprehensive
array of Career Center programs and resources that are tailored
specifically for College of Education students including:
- Working for the Common Good
A new professional development and networking event which invites students interested in professional roles within education and social service to participate roundtable discussions, and visit “open house” tables represented by seasoned social service professionals. Representatives will join from different settings including non-profit organizations, associations, schools, government agencies, research centers, cultural institutions, etc.
- Chat Clips Workshop Series
Topic-based professional development workshops which offer DePaul students a unique opportunity to critically think about trends, key topics, and best practices for job searching and marketability various industries. Guest speakers will share their perspective and engage the group through a combination of a partial video screening and group discussion.
- Career Workshops
Offered bi-quarterly, education
focused workshops highlighting best practices with resume and cover
letter writing, portfolio preparation, job search and interviewing
- Tours for Teachers Workshop Series
fall, winter, and spring quarters, an off-site workshop series offering
students a wider perspective of school cultures and expectations of new
educators through a school tour and participation in discussions with
school administrators and educators.
- Counselor Connections Series
workshop series offered annually, that provides students with an
opportunity to meet professionals in education and social service
settings to discuss topics central to counseling.
- The Teacher’s Lounge Workshop Series
bi-quarterly, this series investigates trends, alternative teaching
opportunities, and strategies to enrich career development through
perspectives from various education professionals and settings.
- The Teacher’s Forum
Offered each fall
quarter, this event offers new teachers the opportunity to gain critical
skills and network with principals and professionals in education
through a keynote address, topic roundtables, mock interviews, and open
- Quick Queries Workshop Series
winter and spring quarters for those with limited time, these in-person
and virtual workshops feature open forum discussions on resume writing,
cover letter, and interview skills for education and counseling students
gearing up for the job searching season.
- Tailored Classroom Presentations
quarter, tailored presentations are created for teachers, counselors,
and education leadership programs focusing on resume building, portfolio
preparation, job searching, networking strategies, and enriched career
exploration. These presentations take place during scheduled class
- Beyond Boundaries Workshop
one-day off-site fall quarter workshop introducing teaching and
counseling roles in non-traditional settings in order to expand
perspectives of professional opportunities and ways to apply direct
teaching and counseling skills to specialized populations.