College of Science and Health > Student Resources > Internships and Careers
The Career Center has the tools and resources to help College of Science and Health undergraduate and graduate students prepare for and find the right opportunities for internships and professional positions. A Career Advisor will help you to create a personal job search strategy that might include researching areas of interest, writing cover letters and resumes/CVs, practicing interviewing, and building a network of connections.
Whether you are a first-year student looking to learn more about your career options, a sophomore developing your job-seeking skills and identifying a professional mentor, a junior searching for an internship or practicum, or a senior or graduate student networking with professionals in your industry, Career Center events and workshops are a great way to start.
View career outcome and salary data for your areas of interest and register with Handshake - the Career Center’s full service online recruiting system to search for and apply for industry positions and internship opportunities.
DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) is a network of committed alumni and friends who serve as career mentors, working with students one-on-one, in practice interviews and at job fairs, and speaking at networking events and open houses throughout the university. By sharing accomplishments, insights and connections, the ASK volunteer network can help open important doors for professional growth and networking.
Find internship and career info for biological sciences majors, environmental science and studies majors, and mathematical sciences majors.