Key Updates & Resources
The Career Center supports all undergraduate students, graduate program students from Engineering, Education and Counseling Psychology, Pastoral Ministries, and Alumni.
SCU’s Career Center team welcomes new and returning students to visit the Career Center this academic year.
Santa Clara University has partnered with Handshake - a new and intuitive career development platform. Handshake replaces our BroncoLink system and is your one-stop-shop for launching your career! With Handshake, your job search is powered by the Career Center’s advanced online tools available on your mobile device.
SCU's Career Influencers Network is a coordinated group of over 100 faculty and staff members committed to supporting the career development and success of SCU students.
Access guides, strategies, samples and more!
- Networking & LinkedIn
- Cover Letters
- Salaries & Job Offers
Santa Clara prides itself on helping students transition into the workforce while prioritizing ethics and social justice over simply making a lot of money. And one of the key resources for students is the career center. In this episode, four of Santa Clara’s career counselors answer some of the most common questions that students have. Where should I find internships? Should I go to career fairs? How do I craft the perfect resume or cover letter? Should I be networking? I don’t like networking! Should I work at a startup, or a big company, or maybe do research on campus over the summer, or take a trip overseas?
Santa Clara students have a triple advantage that truly differentiates them: academic excellence, active community engagement, and immersion in the Silicon Valley. SCU’s tradition of competence, conscience, and compassion sum up the philosophy that we believe translate to being successful at Cisco where we value quality, doing what’s right and giving back.