Internships, externships, co-ops, full-employment or short-term specific needs - Northwestern's various career centers connect you with the students and skills your business needs. We can work with you to find the appropriate office. The list below contains information about Northwestern's career services.
Career Services Offices
Northwestern Career Advancement
Northwestern Career Advancement (NCA) is the centralized career office on campus serving undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni. NCA employer strategists will help companies navigate Northwestern’s recruiting landscape, including on-campus recruitment, career fairs, networking events, and company visits.
Kellogg School of Management Career Management Center
The Kellogg Career Management Center (CMC) connects employers and Northwestern business students for internship and full-time job opportunities through the traditional on-campus recruiting process as well as non-traditional, just-in-time hiring.
McCormick School of Engineering Career Development
The Engineering Career Development team offers companies many opportunities to recruit Northwestern engineering students, including on- and off-campus recruitment, career fairs, and company visits.
Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications Career Services
The Medill Career Services team can help employers connect with Northwestern students and alumni in journalism and integrated marketing communications through a variety of recruitment strategies, including on-campus recruitment, experiential learning, and company visits.
NU for Life: Professional Development for Student-Athletes
NU for Life provides a personable and highly-customizable experience for employers seeking the best Northwestern student-athlete talent. NU for Life serves as the conduit between employers and all Northwestern student-athletes.
Pritzker School of Law Career Strategy Center
The Pritzker School of Law Career Strategy Center assists employers with their recruitment efforts by providing access to Northwestern law students and alumni with strategies such as job postings, on-campus recruitment, and the Summer Business Intern program.
School of Communication External Programs, Internships & Career Services (EPICS)
The School of Communication External Programs, Internships & Career Services (EPICS) office serves as a bridge between employers and Northwestern students in the arts, communications, healthcare, sound, documentary, television, film, and creative industries who are seeking internships and full-time job opportunities.
School of Professional Studies Career Services
School of Professional Studies (SPS) Career Services can develop recruiting strategies for employers interested in connecting with SPS students and alumni who are work-experienced professionals who are continuing their education with the goal of advancing, changing, or starting their career.