Custom Career Services for Students and Alumni
Thanks to last year's generous gift from Ellie Block and Family and leadership from the Career Services Center's Director Melissa Palmer, Friedman students now have a place to call their career development home.
With programming on career development, an increased focus on strengthening employer relations, and a state-of-the-art 24/7 digital career hub, the students at the Friedman School are using every new resource that’s been offered and are reaping the rewards of a fully funded and extremely active career center.
Students in the Nutrition Interventions, Communication, and Behavior Change degree program (Zihan Yu and Ingrid Zhou) stand next to an event table with the Director of Career Services, Melissa Palmer for a recent professional headshot session that was open to all students, faculty, and staff at the Friedman School.
In addition to the one-on-one counseling, special events like professional headshot photography sessions and individual online career meetups with Friedman School alumni were extremely popular this year. We can always count on our incredible alumni community to step up and offer their time and expertise to the next class of future leaders.
More Connections, More Career Opportunities
The new Ellie Block and Family Career Services Center website at the Friedman School creates a 24/7 on-demand resource center for all of our current students and alumni.