Greetings from UCI’s Division of Career Pathways (DCP). We look forward to assisting you!

Our services are accessible via various online platforms and in-person venues. Find out how you can connect with career education staff, search for jobs/internships, review your resume, and more in the accordion boxes below:

Resources for Students:

  • Attend Virtual Career Fairs and In-Person Career Expos

    Attend a virtual career fair via Handshake where you can schedule times to meet with employers beginning a few weeks before each fair. In addition, attend in-person industry related career expos. Find links to all upcoming fairs and expos here:

  • Career Advice

    Talk with a Career Educator live and online with a virtual or in-person appointment or drop-in session . Discuss your career plan, the internship and job search process, graduate school planning, review your resume and cover letter, and more.

    Login to your Handshake account to schedule a time to speak with a Career Educator via Zoom or phone.

  • Handshake: Discover Jobs and Internships

    Employers are seeking candidates for jobs and internships via the Handshake platform. Use this time to explore current postings, research employers, and investigate what skills employers seek so you can prepare yourself.

    BE ACCESSIBLE: Employers actively search for student resumes and profiles. Be sure your Handshake profile is complete. Click here for tips to improve your profile.

  • Micro-Internships: Build Experience, work remotely, get paid

    Do you want to build work experience and get paid? Now is the time to explore micro-internships. Micro-internships are paid, short-term, project-based assignments – many of which can be completed remotely. UCI partnered with Parker Dewey to connect you with employers who need support. Click here to create your free account and explore the growing list of paid projects available.
  • Coursera for UCI

    Log in to Coursera for UCI with your UCI netID for free access to thousands of courses and specializations to advance your career on topics ranging from project management, effective communication strategies, and more. Coursera certificates will be offered free of charge to those who successfully complete the course. Click here for additional resources.

If you have questions about any of these programs and services, please contact us at

We also encourage you to explore the full array of resources available on the Division of Career Pathways website.