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Duke Career Center

Duke Career Center
Smith Warehouse
114 S. Buchanan Blvd
2nd Floor, Bay 5

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday

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All Duke Career Centers

Duke Career Center

  • All Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students in Duke Engineering and the Graduate School
  • Alumni of Trinity School of Arts & Sciences, Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering and the Graduate School

Duke Divinity School

  • Divinity School Graduate Students

Duke Law

  • Law School Students
  • Law School Alumni

Duke University School of Medicine

  • Physician Assistant Students           
  • Physical Therapist Students  
  • Pathologist Assistant Students      
  • Ophthamic Technician Students   

Duke University School of Nursing

  • Nursing Students

Duke University Office of Postdoctoral Services

  • Postdoctorate Appointees

Fuqua School of Business

  • Master of Management Studies Students
  • Master of Business Administration Students
  • Fuqua Alumni

Sanford School of Public Policy

  • Public Policy Undergraduate Students
  • Public Policy Graduate Students

Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences

  • Master of Environmental Management Students
  • Master of Forestry Students

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Career Online Resources

  • Career Beam  
    CareerBeam is a great online tool for anyone at any point of the career journey! This resource is available for Duke students of all years, undergraduate and graduate, that the Career Center serves. CareerBeam has multiple tools to help you with different aspects of your career search.
  • Career Onestop
    Part of the America's Job Bank network, this site provides information on hundreds of occupations.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    A nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
  • Occupational Outlook Quarterly
    Source of practical information on jobs and careers; covers a wide variety of career and work-related topics.
  • Ford Library Career Tools  
    Links to recommended career tools from the Ford Library, which supports Duke's Fuqua School of Business. Some databases restricted to Fuqua students. Non-Fuqua students may use many of these tools on-site in Ford Library. Several of these resources are Duke only.
  • Library Business Guides

Other Campus Resources

Fuqua School of Business Ford Library
Location: Fuqua School, Science Drive between Towerview and Cameron
Phone: 660-7875

Any Duke student or staff person is welcome to use the library at the Fuqua School of Business.  They have excellent career related resources.

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Librarians are available from 9am to 12am most days to help you with your research. You can reach us in person, via chat, phone, or email.


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