Faculty and Staff
Brandeis faculty and staff are valuable partners, see more below on how we can support your work with students.
The Hiatt Career Center supports Brandeis undergraduate students and alumni in developing the skills to transform their unique backgrounds, liberal arts education and experiential learning into meaningful professional futures and relationships. We help students identify who they are, what they want and how to get there.
- Modern services for modern careers: The world of work is ever-evolving, and our award-winning practices are grounded in teaching flexibility around career planning and decision-making for today and tomorrow's workforce.
- Life-long skills: Students are at the center of our mission, and our goal is to enhance their experience by helping them create and develop career-ready skills for a lifetime of meaningful work.
- Career everywhere: With career success at the core of the Brandeis mission, we collaborate and create partnerships through the Hiatt ecosystem model across campus to better support students in their career education and development.
- Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion: Hiatt is committed to building a space that is all-inclusive, welcoming, and free from bias and discrimination. We support students in considering how intersecting identities impact their work and professional development.
Modern Career Services
Learn more about Hiatt's philosophy and approach informed by scholarship, research and practice in the field of career development.
We continually work to integrate key stakeholders both on and off-campus into our career development ecosystem. See how we connect with cross-functional partners across Brandeis and beyond.
Commitment to Diversity
We work and collaborate with all students and alumni of all affiliations, backgrounds, identities and preferences. Learn more about our commitment to diversity.
Hiatt's work is nationally recognized by the National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the The National Career Development Association (NCDA).
We continually engage in quantitative and qualitative assessment of learning outcomes and satisfaction of our programs, see the most recent Hiatt Student Survey Results. We also conduct scholarly research, published in academic journals.