The Office of Personal Career Development (OPCD) at the University of Dallas provides graduates and degree-seeking, registered students with career counseling and career development services and resources.
For a more comprehensive listing of opportunities, access UDallas CareerLink to search for jobs and internships and to update your personal profile. Typically, a student's username will be his/her udallas.edu email, and a student's password will be his/her nine-digit student ID. Alumni who graduated prior to 2011 will be asked to register a new account. Note: Please carefully review our UDallasCareerLink Policies and Guidelines.
Graduate students and alumni:
The UD Office of Personal Career Development offers a free job notification service organized by job categories. This supplements UDallas CareerLink and provides quick access to new opportunities. If you are interested in finding out what types of jobs are available in your field, are looking for a job, or just want to see what's out there, then subscribe to this service.
Now you can start receiving job information via text, email, or both from the UD Office of Personal Career Development. Simply OPT IN for your field(s) of interest and you will receive a message when a job opening becomes available. OPT OUT when you no longer want to receive messages.
For more information about this free service for UD students and alumni, please contact Amy Young or click on a link below to start today.
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