Career Development

The Meruelo Family Center for Career Development (CCD) and other campus departments will offer a number of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to use the Winter Session as a time to reflect and move forward with their career and professional development. Using insights from the October student survey, meaningful opportunities will be offered for students to connect with employers and organizations, build relationships with mentors, participate in workshops and skill-building sessions, and receive one-on-one career counseling in December and January.

Undergraduate and graduate students can learn more about the weekly programming series in Mid-December and Mid-January; One-one-One Career Counseling, Topic-Based Consultations; Self-Directed Resources; and Partner Opportunities.

Career and Professional Development Opportunities for Students

Law School students can locate career and professional programming at IrishLink or contact the Career Development Office.

Mendoza graduate students can locate details about the Winter Session on the MBA Student Portal or Specialized Master's Student Portal.

Graduate students can location details about Winter Session programs hosted by the Graduate School here.

All students may register for Capital Conversation. Notre Dame’s Office of Federal & Washington Relations, in partnership with the Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy and the Washington Program, is sponsoring a virtual speakers series to help connect students with policy makers and government officials in the Washington, DC area and learn more about Notre Dame’s efforts in our Nation’s Capital.

Alyssa DiPaolo ‘22

Neuroscience and Behavior

“I'm going to study for the LSAT and work with Dr. Nancy Michael on neuroscience research. I've previously participated in programs hosted by the Center for Social Concerns, and recommend other students consider the Winter Virtual Service Corps opportunity this winter break.