Graduate Career Services


CCAS Graduate Career Services


At Columbian College we believe that each student is unique and thus everyone’s journey to their future career is different. We recognize the career and professional development needs of graduate students can vary widely and our goal is to connect students with the best resources that meet their needs.

In partnership with other university resources, the Center for Career Services offers programs and avenues to build connections, transform knowledge into action, and pursue a lifetime of productive and engaged citizenship. Students in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration are also encouraged to take advantage of the school’s Career Development Services.

With networking and career events, students have hundreds of opportunities to interact with employers and alumni and bring their “dream job” closer to reality.


Career Services

Connect with Employers


Search and Apply


Stay Informed: Industry Information



Resources of International Students


Funding for Internships & Professional Development



Industry-Specific Resources

The Center for Career Services offers industry-specific resources for students with an interest in careers in a variety of industries and employment sectors. Gain information and career insights by scheduling an appointment with an Industry Career Coach and registering for industry-related career programs and events.




Career Impact 

CCAS Graduate Student Employment Outcomes Table



The Value of a Degree

Discover how recent graduate alumni fared after graduation and get details on employers, industries, salary ranges and more. You can even filter the data by program.

Questions about this data should be sent to [email protected]. Note: Best viewed on a computer or tablet.

View Interactive Visualization

Impact Stories


Dan Stevens

Dan Stevens

MS '17, Data Science

"I got an internship with the GOP... It was a really cool opportunity to use the skills I've gotten here thus far and apply them to a real-world and relevant application."