Need help with a particular career resource?
Find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
Help connecting with your career team.
The Career Engagement Network is your one-stop-shop for career support.
On the website you will find the following:
- Workshops & Industry Events Board – Events focused on career exploration, development, and advancement that are led by professional career advisors and industry professionals.
- Job Board – Access to a growing job board with hundreds of opportunities posted. (Only available to current students and alumni.)
- Tools & Resources – Access to resume and CV templates, interview preparation toolkits, and more.
We are continually updating the Career Engagement Network with content and opportunities to ensure that the resources are relevant to your career goals and the support that you are looking for.
For additional questions, email us at email@example.com.
Many of our programs include 1:1 career coaching sessions for the duration of the program and 90 days post-graduation. To connect with a Career Coach, you must first submit your resume for review and feedback. If you are a student in a boot camp, submit your resume for review on Canvas via the Career Services tab. If you are a degree student, submit your resume via your VCC under “Assignments.” Feedback takes 5 -10 business days.
Many of our programs include career material reviews by our Career Advisors, who are professional subject matter experts and resume writers. Career materials include your resume, online portfolio, LinkedIn profile, and other materials that may be needed for a job application.
If you are a student in a boot camp, submit your career materials for review on Canvas. If you are a degree student, submit your career materials via your VCC under “Assignments”. Feedback takes 5 -10 business days.
Check out our tools & resources page for help developing your career materials: https://careernetwork.2u.com/tools-and-resources/
For those looking to receive curated career tips, we recommend signing up for Your Career Network, a monthly newsletter featuring insights from our network of industry and career experts. To opt in, visit the Career Engagement Network homepage to find the sign-up form. Once you have submitted your information, look out for a welcome email from Your Career Network.
- For questions about the job board, email us at Workforcereferrals@2u.com.
For additional questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help finding resources.
Check out the Tools & Resources page for resume guides and templates: https://careernetwork.2u.com/tools-and-resources/
You might also consider attending a resume workshop, which you can find on the events board here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/events/
Or watch a recording of a resume workshop here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/past-event-playlists/job-search-strategies-from-resume-to-interview/
Check out the Tools & Resources page for cover letter guides and templates: https://careernetwork.2u.com/tools-and-resources/
You might also consider attending a cover letter workshop, which you can find on the events board here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/events/
Or watch a recording of a cover letter workshop here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/past-event-playlists/job-search-strategies-from-resume-to-interview/
The Browse by Industry page contains career information for the industries associated with our most popular programs.
Check out the Browse by Industry page here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/browse-by-industry/
The Browse by Industry page contains career information for the industries associated with our most popular programs. If you don’t see your industry listed, there is still a plethora of top-tier career advice on the Career Engagement Network that applies to nearly all industries.
Help registering for and attending events.
Workshops and industry events are currently available to all students on the Career Engagement Network. You can find the board of events at https://careernetwork.2u.com/events/.
To register for an event, click on the event that you are interested in, and then click “Register Now.” This will open the event registration page where you can sign up for the event.
After registering, you will receive an email containing the link needed to access the event. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please check your Spam folder.
Demo Days are interactive networking experiences that connect industry professionals and program alumni with students. Students will present their class projects and receive high-level feedback and career insights from industry professionals.
Note: Demo Days are only offered for specific programs, and are planned for your specific cohort. If your program offers a Demo Day, you will receive an email inviting you to register one month prior to the event.
Career Connections are an opportunity for students to attend speaker sessions with alumni, meet industry professionals, and attend career fairs. They are available to all students and programs.
Check for the next Career Connection event on the events board: https://careernetwork.2u.com/events/
Many of our workshops and industry events are recorded and posted here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/all-events/?event_type=past
We also recommend checking out the Past Events Playlist, which organizes the event recordings by topic. You can find the playlists here: https://careernetwork.2u.com/past-event-playlists/
Help with the job board.
Each application goes through a referral process. If the application meets the needs and requirements of the employer, then it will be referred to the employer and the applicant will be notified of this step.
The decision on whether or not to move an applicant onto the next step in the hiring process is solely determined by the employer.
If the employer is accepting applicants outside of the US, they will state this in the job post. If the employer is not sponsoring at this time, then it is best not to apply to the position.
If the employer is accepting applicants outside of the country that they are registered in, they will state this in the job posting. If the employer is not sponsoring at this time, then it is best not to apply for the position.
Yes! To see all posted internships click the “All Job Tags” pull-down menu on the Job Board page: https://careernetwork.2u.com/job-board/. Then scroll down and click on “internships”.