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The Peter and Nancy Huff House
Students receiving career counseling
Fall 2017 Career Expo
Rice Owls
Ann and Michelle
Counseling
Front Desk

Welcome

The Center for Career Development (CCD) is located in Huff House and exists to help you find and make your place in the world by:
- Educating you on knowledge of self, career options and resources
- Connecting you with opportunities through the global Rice network
- Empowering you with skills, tools, and confidence

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Quick Facts

Resources

  • Login to Handshake

    Login to Handshake

    Handshake is a one-stop shop for your professional development needs! Find and apply for jobs, RSVP for events, schedule a career counseling appointment, explore resources, participate in on-campus interviewing, and so much more.

  • Schedule an Appointment

    Schedule an Appointment

    Career counselors are here to empower students on their journey through Rice and beyond! Need help picking a major, defining your goals or translating classroom experience into professional skills?

  • Students

    Students

    From major navigation to salary negotiation, the CCD is here throughout your time at Rice! Explore majors, jobs, internships, and career resources while connecting with alumni and mentors (including our Peer Career Advisors).

  • Employers

    Employers

    Are you interested in hiring Rice talent? How can we help? Learn about posting jobs and internships for Rice students and alumni, On Campus Recruiting opportunities, Expos, recruiting policies, sponsorship, directions, and more!

 

Christine Lo

Testimonial

Throughout my college career, I've made a consistent effort to utilize the CCD's resources, attend career workshops, stop by drop-in hours during lunch, and set up appointments with career counselors for networking advice, cover letter critiques, and mock interviews .... I attribute much of my professional growth and development to the CCD. The CCD staff has been a constant source of support and guidance. 

Christine Lo, 2019, Wiess College

 

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