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The following sampling of tools and resources should be combined with your own research. We suggest you use targeted keyword searches to find representative employers and opportunities, explore professional associations, join LinkedIN groups, and browse additional job board postings. Remember to also search LinkedIn and MyPenn (formerly QuakerNet) to connect with Penn alumni in fields related to your interests. Additionally, the sample jobs and employers are only a small selection of what’s posted in Handshake – log in to see much more!
We also suggest using the Career Exploration section of our website for more information or researching by major.
The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships serves as the University of Pennsylvania’s information hub and primary support office for Penn students and alumni considering applying for major grants and fellowships. CURF aims to demystify these opportunities to help undergraduate and graduate students and alumni determine the most appropriate awards for which to apply. CURF’s searchable Fellowships Directory allows you to search for opportunities based on your student or alumni status.
Networking is simply talking and building relationships with professionals in careers that interest you to help you learn what it’s like to work in a particular role, field, or industry. In addition to MyPenn (formerly QuakerNet) and LinkedIN, you can read more about how to make connections.
When looking for a fellowship or gap year experience, Handshake is a great place to start looking and to connect with employers! Our career and pre-graduate advisors are also more than happy to discuss your search with you.
On this page, we’ve compiled many resources to help you prepare for a fellowship or gap year. If planning for a gap year before enrolling in a health professions school, check out our Pre-Health Resources Page.
Before you land a job, you might spend hours learning a particular set of skills to thrive in that industry and role. Once you start your first day, however, your learning should be far from over. Upskilling is when you …
Career Services is excited to announce that we now have 3 Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) dedicated to working with master’s students. Our PCAs are master’s students at Penn who have been trained in reviewing resumes. Appointments are now available for …
As spring semester gets underway, it is easy to be excited for what’s to come next. New classes, new experiences, new clubs, new opportunities.
It is also easy to find yourself in the winter doldrums, feeling like nothing much has …
Choosing a career path can be difficult and even nerve-racking when you’re applying to jobs but don’t even know what a day in the role would look like. Externships, typically short programs where you shadow a professional, can help give …
Have you ever wanted to talk to someone in an industry of interest, but you didn’t know what to ask them? Have you wanted to connect with Penn alumni, but you’re feeling intimidated by the conversation?
Informational interviews are incredibly …