Career Resources for Graduate Students
Mark Kaloko, Senior Career Coach
Additionally, Temple subscribes to The Versatile PhD, an online community helping graduate students identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers. If you have no idea where to land after grad school, sometimes self-assessments can help you explore what's out there and how it fits with you. There's a great free tool for this: Imagine PhD. It's NOT just for PhDs, and can help guide you to careers you might not have thought of. Don't be turned off by the fact that it was designed for "Humanities and Social Sciences"--it works for art and design, too. Then you can use the Mind Career Exploration Map, developed for grad students at UCSF, to help you figure out where to go.
More help for writing a resume from Inside Higher Ed.
- Life After Tyler pages
- The Corzo Center For the Creative Economy
- Dustin Kidd's Social Media Guide
- New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)