Career Services is glad you are here!!  Take advantage of our services and resources to develop professionally and connect to internships, co-ops and post-graduation job opportunities. We want to be partners on your career journey - to provide you support, help you map out your career plan, and give you the tools you need to start a great career!

Career Services Mission Statement

Illinois Tech Career Services offers students the tools they need to succeed in today’s global workforce. Our excellent, comprehensive career-development services foster student engagement by providing meaningful coaching and programming for all students and alumni. Our strong partnerships with employers, alumni, faculty, and other university stakeholders ensure the career readiness of our students.

Our vision is to be the hub for career education, career development, and professional experience at Illinois Tech.

*Mission is reviewed and revised (if necessary) on a yearly basis

Career Fair

The next all-campus Virtual Career Fair will be on Tuesday, September 21st. View currently registered employers in Handshake!

Student registration will open in early September.


Drop-Ins and Appointments

Career Services is excited to be back on campus for Fall 2021 and will be providing hybrid services this semester. Students will have the choice of both in-person and virtual appointments and drop-in sessions.  Students interested in a virtual appointment should schedule through Handshake, and your appointment will be held through Handshake's video conferencing tool.

Drop-in services will also be offered in-person at the MTCC 106 (outside The Commons) and  will be available virtually through Blackboard Monday–Friday from 12:30–2:30 p.m.

To stay informed about events, please check Handshake and RSVP to events of interest. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at at any time.

Take the First Steps

Develop Your Skills

  • Attend our workshops, learn to write a résumé, get interviewing tips, and discover what career path might fit you the best
  • Research your industry
  • Get experience early, so that you can make a great impression on a future employer by applying for internships and co-ops
  • Go to on-campus and virtual career fairs; check which companies are coming to interview Illinois Tech students—and to get tips about finding a great job from students who are getting ready to graduate or alumni who are back to recruit
  • Practice Interviewing; you can use Interview Stream to hone your skills or meet with a Career Services to complete a mock interview with a Career Development Coach

Our Advice

  • Start early by creating goals for yourself and learning what skills you have
  • Network with industry leaders and alumni by attending different campus events
  • Learn how to write an effective cover letter and résumé
  • Figure out how to stand out in a crowded, competitive marketplace
  • Discover how to interview well
  • Practice how to negotiate
  • Cleaning up your social media profiles