Graduate Career Services provides direct career and professional development services tailored to the needs of Master's and PhD students at the University of Virginia. These services supplement the career planning and professional development programs offered by academic departments and other support services on Grounds. Our function includes streamlining resources, keeping abreast of current trends, and collaborating with faculty, employers, and professionals in higher education and in other sectors of the economy.
Career advising appointments are currently being handled by University Career Services. See below for the individual responsible for career advice in your specific field.
Carrie Rudder, All careers
Kate Melton, Creative, Arts, Media and Design
Dreama Johnson, Public Service, Government and Health Care
Christie Julien, Engineering, Science and Technology
Jenn Harvey, Business
- Career development workshops: Large and small group workshops offered on a variety of career development topics.
- Professional development workshops: Large and small group workshops designed to aid student development in professional competency areas, include leadership, communication, and management.