Hiatt Career Center


The Hiatt Career Center provides a variety of resources to assist students and alumni with career exploration, job and internship search, networking, interviewing and entering the real world as a professional.

Hiatt was awarded two 2023 Universum Student Experience Certificates in Recognition of both our Outstanding Institutional Offerings and Outstanding Culture & Environment.

The most successful way to start is to connect with our office early and check-in often. Whether you are still figuring out what you want to do, thinking about a new career or just need some guidance, our career resources can help you on the path to an ever-evolving and changing world.

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Learn more about making an appointment with the Hiatt Career Center, how to prepare and what to bring.

Students listen as Associate Professor of Philosophy Kate Moran lectures in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason class at Brandeis University on April 20, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes


Your documents should present who you are as a candidate in a clear, concise and compelling way that is customized for the position to which you are applying.

Amelia Trahan '24 works in her class "Medieval Women in Print” at Brandeis University on January 26, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Cover Letters

Your cover letter is a story that connects you and the organization and is similar to a persuasive essay demonstrating your qualifications.

Cameron Samuels '26 works in s study space in Usdan at Brandeis University on January 18, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes


Handshake is your one-stop shop for accessing career information, job and internship postings, events and more. Brandeis students can access Handshake below or on the Brandeis portal.

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Career News

Stay up-to-date with what is happening in the professional world. Topics include job search tips, applying to graduate school, overviews of career fairs, networking and much more.

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Career Funding and Support

Take advantage of a number of funding resources for internships and professional development.

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Hiatt Career Closet

The Hiatt Career Closet provides students free access to professional attire for interviews, career fairs, networking events, and other career-oriented activities and occasions.

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LinkedIn Photo Booth

Our permanent LinkedIn Photo Booth is here for you! We have a self-service system available at any point throughout the semester so you can always have an up-to-date, professional-looking headshot.

Dina Ocken, ’25, studies in the morning light at the Carl J. Shapiro Science Center on February 9, 2023. Photo/Gaelen Morse

Virtual Resources

Whether you're far from campus or prefer to connect online, Hiatt offers a number of robust virtual resources you can access from anywhere.

Jack Yuanwei Cheng ‘23 poses for a photo in his graduation regalia with the Louis Brandeis statue at Brandeis University on May 16, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Life After College

There are some skills that you may not learn in the classroom that are essential as an adult in post-Brandeis life.

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Undergraduate Alumni Support

Regardless of when you graduated, where in the world you live, or how many twists and turns your career path has taken (intentional or unexpected!), Hiatt is committed to providing free lifelong career services and comprehensive resources to all undergraduate alumni of Brandeis University.