The Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement has many resources available to help students and alumni pursue their career development and interests.
CandidCareer features hundreds of videos, with people from all kinds of fields, and is a great way to investigate various careers. Those who are unsure of their intended career path can learn what to expect from each, and how to prepare themselves for success.
A list of career-related websites for students from diverse populations, both general and also organized by specific population.
Dress to Impress
The Dress to Impress (D2I) program provides current William & Mary students with the opportunity to borrow professional attire for job, graduate school, and internship interviews, as well as professional networking events and other career-related opportunities.
Firsthand provides access to guides with breakdowns of a variety of industries, as well as company reviews.
FOCUS2 Self-Assessment is an interactive, self-paced, online career assessment and research tool, which can help students map out their major and career paths. The first time you login, use code onetribe.
Looking for a handout by topic? We've compiled an assortment of Career Development & Professional Engagement handouts.
O*NET OnLine offers a variety of search options and occupational data from the U.S. Department of Labor, while My Next Move is a streamlined application for students and job seekers. Expand your career exploration research through detailed descriptions of the world of work.
Professional Headshot Booth
The Professional Headshot Booth is a self-service photo booth for students, alumni, faculty, and staff equipped with a touch screen, high-quality lighting, and camera equipment.
TribeCareers, William & Mary’s job and internship platform, connects students to thousands of jobs, internships, employers, and events using simple and powerful search tools and alerts.
What Can I Do With This Major?
This national database allows you to explore more about related career areas and types of employers that usually hire candidates from certain majors. It also provides strategies and resources to help you become a more marketable candidate and links to professional associations.