From job boards to career guides, these tools will help you advance your career.
Post a job opportunity from your workplace or search jobs posted by other Bruins on your UCLA online professional network.
For employers looking to hire top talent among UCLA alumni and students, here are several ways to advertise open positions and opportunities to this exclusive audience of Bruins.
This virtual self-guided career preparation and advancement program for early career professionals features career resources that will walk you through how to identify your unique skills and interests, create effective job search materials, learn techniques to master the interview process as well as how to effectively build a network within UCLA and beyond.
This comprehensive guides provided by the UCLA Career Center can help you in various aspects of your job search from crafting your résumé and cover letter to successful interviewing to negotiating your salary and more.
Whether you’re a recent grad seeking your first job or a seasoned professional looking to transition careers, these online resources will help guide you to a successful job search.
Browse hundreds of jobs on the Career Center’s job board. It’s $30 for a six-month subscription, however new graduates receive one year free access.
The Career Engineering series features the expert advice of Amy Rueda, a 25-year veteran of executive search, who has placed CEOs and C-suite executives across multiple industries and functional areas. The range of topics vary from “Who Gets Hired and Why?” to “When a Job Search feels Wrong.”