Virtual Resources

Whether you're far from campus or prefer to connect online, Hiatt Career Center offers a number of robust virtual resources you can access from anywhere. Get the support you need from the resources below no matter what stage you're at in your career development.

Elliot Busch, ’25, Puts in a puzzle piece at the puzzle station in Goldfarb Library on April 4, 2023. Photo/Gaelen Morse

Review various major categories, employers and the types of majors that they typically and strategies for being a marketable candidate as it relates to your major and experience.

Gabrielle Daley ‘26 works on a puzzle in the Goldfarb Library at Brandeis University on March 20, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

TypeFocus helps you explore your personality preferences, discover your values, skills and interests to help you connect them to a range of fields that may be a good fit for you. Meet with a Hiatt counselor to review what you learn.

Kenneth Sicat ‘26 works in the chemistry lab in the Brandeis University on April 19, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Firsthand provides in-depth intelligence on what it's really like to work in an industry, company or profession — and how to position yourself to land that job. Search current jobs and internships, research a company, school or industry, get the inside scoop on what it’s really like and find the career advice you need to launch your career.

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Virtual work experiences from leading companies including Accenture, Citi, General Electric, JPMorgan Chase, Lululemon and many more allow you a bite-sized opportunity to try out different types of jobs. Experience a day in the life of an employee at a Fortune 500 company!

Portrait of Liz Sandoval, ’25, inside the Sound Studio at Brandeis University on April 17, 2023. Photo/Gaelen Morse

More and more, employers are seeking particular skills from applicants. Whether you're brushing up on a concept from class or venturing into something entirely new, Brandeis has hundreds of free online courses for you to learn job-readiness skills.

Graduate students talk to each other at the Heller School at Brandeis University on April 18, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Update your resume utilizing our Anatomy of a Resume (pdf) guide as well as our Interactive Sample Resumes (pdf) for all majors and industries.

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

Hiration’s online resume builder provides unique, user-friendly templates to help you stand out in the employer resume pile. Create a modern, professional-looking resume with ease with the help of an AI assistant in just a few short steps.

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

Your cover letter is a story that connects you and the organization and is similar to a persuasive essay demonstrating your qualifications. Learn how to hook a recruiter by exploring our Anatomy of a Cover Letter (pdf) and other resources.

Culture X at Brandeis University on April 29, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Career-related resources for job and internship search in 36 countries and 50 U.S. and Canadian cities, along with H1B (U.S.) employer information and country-specific resume and cover letter templates.

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Pursuing advanced studies beyond your undergraduate experience is a common consideration among students. That's why we've compiled online guides to help you through the entire process, no matter what you want to go on to study.

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

Handshake is Brandeis University's exclusive job and internship. Log on to access job postings, career resources, event listings and the online appointment scheduling system. Use your Brandeis UNet ID and password to access the system.

Maya Haubrich ‘24 takes notes in Oceanography class at Brandeis University on April 21, 2023. Photo/Dan Holmes

Case Questions Interactive helps you prepare for case question interviews by explaining the types of questions and how to approach them. Includes samples and responses as well as interview tips and videos.

Emily Su ’23, sketches out a design she will use to adorn her mortarboard for her upcoming commencement ceremony during a graduation cap decoration event at the Shapiro Campus Center on May 16, 2023. Photo/Gaelen Morse

Hosted on the Brandeis community platform, B Connect, the Rise Together Mentor Network is an online platform that joins Brandeis students and alumni from all over the world to make connections, exchange career advice, expand their network and learn more about industries, careers and the world of work.

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

On average, 97% of Brandeis graduates are employed, attend graduate school or engage in other meaningful activities within six months of graduation. Learn more below about the destinations of the most recent class as well as previous graduates beginning in 2008.