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Online Career Resources

Search for jobs and internships through these online career resources.

Jobs and Internships Bank: The Career Center maintains its online Jobs and Internship Bank via GATORWORKS. Here you will find businesses and organizations who are actively recruiting Notre Dame students and alumni. GATORWORKS also offers multimedia resources that provide tips and advice to enhance your professional development. For additional local internship listings, go to www.baltimorecollegetown.org/internships .

We encourage Notre Dame students and graduates to register with GATORWORKS, a web-based tool that can be used to search for jobs and internships, create a résumé, and pick up on networking and professionalism tips. Please contact us if you have any questions (410-532-5387; career@ndm.edu).

COMPASS powered by Woofound  - This career personality assessment is offered to all Notre Dame Students. Take the visual assessment which will determine your career personality and the career fields that correspond. You'll even be connected with the majors and student groups that support your growth in those fields. If you like it, you can share your profile with friends on Facebook! You can retake the assessment and manage your account profile. It's easy, it's dynamic, and it's free to Notre Dame students. Try it today.

Regional Networks: In addition to our on-campus resources, we connect students with wider opportunities through our membership in the Maryland Career Consortium (MCC), a network of 14 regional private and public colleges and universities, and the Selective Liberal Arts Colleges (SLAC), eight liberal arts institutions in Maryland and Virginia. The consortia sponsor career-related events and publish resources that help students expand their professional network and realize their career aspirations.

Workshops: In collaboration with the academic advising office, we offer a series of workshops each fall and spring that address topics such as professionalism, resume composition and formatting, networking, LinkedIn utilization, making a career fair work for you, etc. Watch for announcements of these special workshops and during the academic year. You can also find our most current list of upcoming events on the Career Center Calendar.

Career information and job/internship searches

Employer information/research

Financial aid, scholarships, fellowships and grants

Please visit the University's financial aid office for further opportunities and/or information in Theresa Hall, Room 108.

Graduate/professional school programs and exams