Whether you are looking to recruit talent for your organization, volunteer as a mentor or industry expert, conduct your own job search, or support our work through financial giving, the Career Center is here to connect you.
Hire a Panther
As an alumnus, no one knows better the talent and potential of our students. We appreciate all of our alumni who return to the university to recruit for their organizations. Find the information you need to make a case for recruiting, learn more about our programs and students, and discover the steps to get the word out. For more information on hiring current students, and alumni please visit our employer relations webpage.
Interested in sharing your industry knowledge, networking and connecting students to opportunities, or reviewing resumes and participate in programs? As a Pitt alumnus, you share in the successes of your fellow alumni and students. Volunteering your time and knowledge can give our students a competitive edge in their job search. Let us know how you can help by completing this form.
Career for You
Looking for a new role, transitioning employers, industries or careers, or retooling your path in a different direction? In partnership with the Pitt Alumni Association, we’re happy to support recent graduates and experienced alumni in discovering their next steps. Individual career counseling sessions are available to University of Pittsburgh alumni (Oakland campus). Assistance is available at no charge to address career change advice, job search strategies, resume and cover letter review, or other career-related topics. For more information, please call the Career Center at (412) 383-4473 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more career information explore the Career Communities that align with your interests and job search for tailored content on our website.
The mission of the Division of Student Affairs is to provide our students with the best collegiate experience in the world by creating an environment that is vibrant, challenging, nurturing, and inclusive. It is our hope that the support we provide will help students fully engage in our campus community and position them for success in their academic, personal, and professional lives, both during and after their time at Pitt. The Career Center assists students throughout their time at Pitt, but our role becomes especially important as students prepare to transition out of Pitt and into our alumni email@example.com.We offer a variety of ways for alumni and friends to support our students’ career needs through financial giving. A gift to the Career Center can support student internships, experiential learning, and leadership development. To learn more about how you can make a gift to enhance the student experience, please email Tony Gacek, Director of Development, Strategic Initiatives, at