Pursuing a Faculty Position
Contact your special committee members and director of graduate studies for the guidance most relevant to your field.
Offices that Offer Future Faculty Programming
- Cornell University Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning
- Office of Postdoctoral Studies
- The Center for Teaching Innovation
- Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement
Search the future faculty events these offices support here.
Pursuing a Non-Academic Position
- Cornell Career Services, located in Barnes Hall, serves students from across the university.
- Get information via the BEST Program, Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training.
Pursuing a Postdoctoral Position
Contact Christine Holmes, the Director of the Office of Postdoctoral Studies, in 392 Caldwell Hall.
Documents for the Job Search
Depending on the type of job, you will need to create a Curriculum Vitae (CV) or a resume. Both documents put your qualification in writing, but they are used for different audiences and use a different format. Explore these resources for guidance how approach the preparation of the various documents you might need for your job search.
Find Your Career Services Office
Career services for graduate and professional students are provided by a network of offices and resources across campus and online. Please consult the chart below to determine where you can go for assistance with your career. For additional career assistance, students may make an appointment with Cornell Career Services by stopping by 103 Barnes Hall or calling 607-255-5296.
Career Offices by Degree
- Research degrees: MA., MS, PhD
- Professional degrees: DMA, JSD, MArch, MAT, MEng, MFA, MFS, MHA, MILR, MLA, MMH, MPS, MRP
- Other Cornell advanced degrees: DVM, LLM, JD, MBA, MD