Networking and Interviews

A male and female sitting at a table networking at a Brandeis event

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve probably heard it quite a few times; building and utilizing your network is important.

With over 80 percent of job postings going unadvertised, it’s up to you to get out there, talk to employers and maintain personal connections. Networking and interviewing go hand-in-hand as your contacts can help you learn about careers in a particular field and industry as well as prepare you for interviews with professionals in your desired area of interest.

To help you become more comfortable and confident in the networking and interview process, review our resources on making a good first impression, preparing for an upcoming interview, following up with a contact and of course, saying thank you!

Find Brandeis Alumni on LinkedIn

 The Brandeis University Career Connections group is a great place to find alumni who have expressed interest in helping you with your career. Join the group to ask career questions and meet other Brandeis Alumni.

Networking Advice from Brandeis Students

Brandeis graduates offer networking advice tips to help you get started. See career advice from Brandeis students.