Emory Alumni

The Emory Career Center is here to provide continued professional development support and resources to Emory Alumni to help showcase their talent and academic experience to future employers. The ECC also hopes to connect our alumni with current Emory undergraduate students who are looking for career advice, guidance, and industry exposure from Emory’s global alumni network.


  • Share Your Career Story

    Students have indicated that hearing success stories from alumni is a valuable resource when charting their own personal career journey. Each semester we host opportunities for alumni to share their stories with students.

    Career Treks

    The Career Treks program brings students into the workplaces of alumni and friends in order to expose them to potential career paths and broaden their understanding of industries. The program leverages Emory’s well-positioned and successful alumni who are excited to share their insights and personal career stories with students. Participants engage with Emory graduates around specific interests through targeted learning, conversation, and informal networking.  

    NYC Alumni are invited to join us the evening of Tuesday, March 7, 2023 for a reception with students, faculty, and fellow alumni to celebrate the inaugural Pathways Career Trek. Future Career Treks will include Los Angeles, San Francisco, and D.C.  

    Contact Natasha D’Souza 03C for more information about our upcoming treks.  

    Sophomore Summit

    The Sophomore Summit is a unique opportunity for Emory students to reflect on where they have been, who they are, and where they are going. This free, off-site career discernment-focused program provides a reflective experience where participants can share, learn, and connect with faculty, alumni, and students. All sophomores at Emory are welcome. Learn more about the Summit here. 

    Media & Entertainment Pathways Scholars Program

    The Media and Entertainment Pathways Scholars Program at Emory offers a summer internship opportunity in Los Angeles for selected undergraduates interested in the media and entertainment industry by providing hands-on experiences that bring together creativity, technology, and data analysis.   

    Contact Natasha D’Souza 03C for more information.

    Industry Panels

    Industry Panels are programs designed to introduce students to industries, career paths and to hear about alumni experiences. Students should expect to hear about best practices and often get the opportunity to ask questions directly to the presenters.

    Dinner with 12 Strangers (D12)

    We invite alumni, faculty, and staff to come together with a small group of students in a warm, friendly environment for food and conversation. Each dinner offers students the opportunity to network with Emory alumni, ask questions about life after college, interact with alumni and professors, and have a meaningful classroom experience.

    Find more information about upcoming events.

  • Recruit an Eagle


    Eagle Opportunities (EagleOps), powered by 12twenty, is The Career Center’s primary system for undergraduate students and recent alumni to search and apply to job and internship listings, and RSVP and attend career events, workshops, career fairs, on-campus recruiting programs, and more. 

    To learn more about On-Campus Recruiting or How to post a job at Emory, email Recruiting@emory.edu.

  • Support Emory Students

    Emory Edge

    Emory Edge equips students to discover the values at the center of their educations, explore passions and pathways from college to career, and experience hands-on, high-impact learning. You can help us shape students’ lives and trajectories for decades after graduation.

    Our students are our future. Emory has put student professional & personal development at the core of its 2036 strategic vision.  As a result, The Career Center has joined the newly-created  Pathways Center. The Pathway Center is an integral part of the university-wide Student Flourishing Initiative, uniting for the first time existing resources and programs from Emory College of Arts and Sciences and Campus Life — including career services, experiential learning, national scholarships and fellowship, pre-health advising and undergraduate research — under one roof.

    Through the Pathways Center, there are now opportunities for alumni to help us further Emory’s mission by donating to funds that assist students in participating in research and internship opportunities.

    Give Now to the Emory Edge Fund

    The Emory Clothing Closet

    The Clothing Closet was created to provide Emory students the ability to borrow clothing for career fairs, interviews, or other professional and social events. The closet was made possible due to local community donations and generous funding provided by Enterprise Rent-a-Car and the College Council. If you are interested in contributing to our Emory Clothing closet, contact the Emory Career Center.

  • Connect with Alumni

    Emory Alumni Association 

    The Emory Alumni Association connects alumni to their alma mater and to each other, builds traditions, fosters student and alumni leadership, serves the diverse needs and interests of our community, and creates opportunities for investment in Emory’s future.

    Emory Connects

    Join Emory Connects for career resources, job leads, and networking opportunities.

    Emory Alumni Association LinkedIn

    Use the LinkedIn Emory alumni network to identify alumni in your industry area of interest.

  • Tools for New and Recent Graduates

    New and Recent Graduates

    Emory offers all new and recent alumni a wide variety of resources directly through the Emory Alumni Association. New Emory Graduates should start on our Alumni Grads page to gain access to many of their alumni benefits.

    Job Search Tools

    The Emory Career Center offers a variety of resources to Alumni to help in their job search process.

    Access our Resource library of Job search boards, interview prep sites, resume templates, document critique services and employer research tools.

  • Explore Coaching

    Early Career Coaching

    Emory alumni can continue their access to our Career coaching for up to 2 years after graduation. Alumni can schedule an appointment with our Career Coaches in EagleOps. 

    To get your account on EagleOps follow the instructions below: 

    1. Register for EagleOps by completing the form on this page. (Please allow for 1 business day for your account to be created) 
    2. Open the instructions for your login and password. 
    3. Login to EagleOps.
    4. From the Home Page, click Appointments in the Menu. 
    5. Select ‘Add Filter’ to search for a Career Coach. 
    6. Once you find a time & date that works for you, select the block. 
    7. Fill out the appointment form and complete your submission by selecting Book Appointment. 

    For more assistance on using EagleOps, view our EagleOps tutorial videos.

    Mid-Executive Career Coaching

    As a special benefit provided by the Emory Alumni Association, all Emory alumni have access to a complimentary session with a team of professional career coaches and advisors. Following the complimentary session, our coaches provide discounted alumni rates for a select number of subsequent sessions (rates vary based on coach selection).

    Our coaches specialize in a variety of areas of expertise, including Emotional Intelligence, Career Transition, Entrepreneurship, Executive Coaching and Leadership, New Manager Assimilation, and more. 

    Please Note: These coaches are operating as independent contractors and are not being compensated or retained by the Emory Alumni Association. 

    To request a visit with a coach, please visit engage.emory.edu/acs-request. 

  • Explore Professional Development

    EAA Professional Development Series

    The Emory Alumni Association hosts professional development workshops and webinars each month. These sessions are presented by Emory alumni and qualified community experts and focus on a range of professional and personal development topics for all career stages. 

    Examples of past topics include: 

    • Job Search Tactics 
    • Combatting Imposter Syndrome/Self-Doubt 
    • Career Design and Exploration 
    • Shifting from 9-5 to Entrepreneurship 
    • Career Transition 
    • Working Effectively with Your Team in Any Environment


    EAA Career Webinars

    Explore a valuable repository of career webinars available to help you fine-tune specific skillsets and navigate your career journey.