American University’s Career Center provides a variety of assistance to job searching students. Whether you would like an individual advising appointment with a career advisor, use the Center’s library at your leisure, or use the Center’s considerable online resources, you will certainly find a way that suits your career development needs. Click here to see where previous MIS graduates work (PDF).
As Master of International Service students, you have access to individual advising appointments with dedicated SIS graduate-level career advisors. They are happy to communicate with you in-person, as well as through email, telephone, and Skype. To schedule an appointment, you can call the Career Center at 202-885-1804 or book online.
John advises freshman and sophomore undergraduate students in the School of International Service. His primary function is to work with students in individual sessions on applications for internships, jobs and fellowships. He also leads the Career Ce… More
This blog is full of resources direct from American University’s expert Career Advisors and staff. It provides students with expert advice on range of career development topics. Explore articles and opinion pieces for insights on developing educational and career goals, decision-making skills, and job search strategies.
Whether you want to familiarize yourself with the Career Center or seek quick advice without having to schedule an appointment, the Peer Advisors are your go-to guides.
Peer Advisors are on duty in the Career Resource Library during most hours of operation. They are ready and waiting to assist you with your resume or cover letter and to offer demos of virtual tools such as AU CareerWeb and Resume Builder. They can also help you tap into the Center’s extensive collection of books and periodicals that cover a wide range of career-related topics. Learn more.