Launch Your Career
Transform your future through highly-regarded programs in leadership development, mentoring, career advancement, and personal growth. Access resume help, mock interview preparation, professional development workshops, and law and public policy programming. Build your resume through an immersive job-shadowing experience known as an externship. Develop a personalized set of tools and skills that prepares you for the modern workforce, boosts your resume and graduate school applications, and builds confidence for life.
Douglass’ chapter of the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) provides a wide array of programs to students interested in public policy.
Douglass' career center positions students for excellence in work and life by providing an innovative and enriching set of leadership, mentoring, career, and personal development programs.
This program offers a specialized professional development curriculum with an immersive workplace experience known as an externship.
All Douglass students are paired with professional staff who guide them through their college experience. Mentors connect students to academic opportunities, resources, and leadership possibilities.
Douglass WiSE WORKS (Workforce Opportunities and Resources for Careers in STEM) provides Douglass STEM students with STEM-specific career development, career mentoring, and career opportunities.
“I had the wonderful opportunity of participating in an externship. It was a great experience to learn and hear from professionals in the finance industry. Douglass helped me prepare by hosting workshops that allowed me to gain a new perspective.” – Prisha Patel
Career News at Douglass
Tasmiah Choudhury DRC’11, a senior clinical scientist for Merck, knows the value of passing down her expertise to current Douglass students to help them achieve their goals. For the past several years, Choudhury has been deeply involved in Douglass programs. From her work as an externship site mentor to her role as a Douglass Career Conference speaker, Choudhury has made a transformative impact in the lives of Douglass students.
Douglass students Emily Salamon DRC’22 and Kimberly Mohabeer DRC’21 are leading the way for women interested in law and public policy at the University. Their new student organization, the Women’s Pre-Law Society, is currently the only organization at the University that specifically serves the needs of women navigating pre-law majors and law school aspirations.