Employed, continuing education or participating in the military or a service program within six months of graduation (based on information gathered on 969 graduates)
Supporting students ready to explore, collaborate, create, innovate, solve and work.
Connect to Careers
The Career Development Center helps students and alumni launch and explore careers in a way that makes sense for them. Career exploration is supported by connections with employers and alumni, integration of career conversations and curriculum across the university, and opportunities for continuous learning and skill development.
Elevating student preparation
Introducing Career Readiness
By helping our students develop the competencies they need to be career-ready, we can ensure that they are well-equipped to navigate the challenges and opportunities of the 21st-century workplace.
Career Edge, our virtual career center platform, brings together resources, data, and opportunities all in one place. Content can be navigated by audience segment, areas of interest, affinity connections and more. Users have the ability to customize their experience by selecting content that meets their unique interests.
Support Student Career Experiences
Please consider investing in our future leaders through the Career Experience Fund, covering travel, networking and career development. Your contribution creates a real impact, shaping the next generation of professionals who will make a positive difference in our communities and beyond.
Undergraduate Career Outcomes
76.9% who are employed full-time make more than $50k in their first year after graduation (based on data provided by 541 graduates)
Completed at least one internship while enrolled (based on data provided by 436 graduates)
The Power of the Tommie Network
Even during a pandemic, the Tommie Network is approachable and available to help students explore, network and find their next step.
Upcoming Career Events
2024 Virtual Job Fairs with Minnesota K-12 Schools
Wednesday, February 21st 2024, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm CSTRead More