Alumni Career Services provides registered alumni with life-long career support designed for different stages of your career. Alumni gain access to a plethora of tools and services, including an alumni job board, subscription to “The Best Job Search Tool on the Internet,” access to mentoring and connection opportunities, alumni career fairs, local networking opportunities, and the ability to request in-person training on how to navigate the job search using the resources provided.
We work with Clemson alumni who have been out of school 1-year or longer. Students and recent graduates will continue to work with the Center for Career and Professional Development.
Registered alumni gain access to Experience, a career services software that has helped guide more than 5 million students and alumni nationwide into the workforce by matching interests, skill sets and core competencies with available positions. More than 130,000 employers use the Experience network to recruit top talent.
Registered alumni have access to the alumni job board, Alumni Career Link. We have worked hard to build employer relationships that will benefit alumni, and the job opportunities within Alumni Career Link are the result.
Recently named “The Best Job Search Tool on the Internet,” Careershift is a job hunting and career management solution that is designed to manage and streamline the job search. Registered alumni will get up-to-date contact information (including email addresses) for millions of companies, and in-depth information about contacts, companies and job postings. Once registered for Alumni Career Services, alumni are given an access code to establish a Careershift account.
The TigerLink Gateway is Clemson’s campus-wide mentoring initiative and the entryway to career connections. The Gateway helps facilitate career-related conversations between students, Clemson alumni, faculty & staff, friends of Clemson, and industry leaders around the globe. Community members can seek knowledge and advice, explore career fields, become a mentor, join an official mentoring group or program, and build professional networks.