Tulane provides multiple channels for its students and alumni to interact with public and private-sector employers, including on- and off-campus interviews, on-line job postings, networking events, and programming opportunities.
Tulane’s career development staff members serve as both generalists and specialists in practice areas and settings, covering the wide range of students’ professional interests. Internally, career counselors provide individual counseling to help students tackle the job search. The Career Development Office holds programs on legal positions in specific practice areas, from corporate to environmental law, and specific practice settings, from the private sector to government work. The counselors also conduct workshops on job search strategies, including resumes and cover letters, interviewing skills and networking techniques.
Externally, career development staffers engage in local and national outreach to identify job opportunities and help you establish professional connections. They participate in specialty practice and minority job fairs, post up-to-date employment listings and hold on- and off-campus job interview programs. In addition, the Career Development Office arranges for alumni and practitioners to discuss their practice areas and possible job options with students.