• The Career Development Center (CDC) assists students and alumni as they explore, prepare for, and make successful transitions to life after Hamline. We empower individuals to take an active role in finding and pursuing their personal and professional passions.

    The CDC offers a comprehensive program of professional and career development services for students. We're here to help students explore, plan, and achieve their career goals from the first year on campus to graduation and beyond.

    Meet with a Career Counselor

    Schedule an appointment: Call us at 651 523 2302 or stop by our office in Drew Science Center room 113. We do not schedule appointments via email.

    Drop-In Hours for Undergrads 
    General Drop-In:
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 2 - 4 pm (Not available Wednesday)

    Internship Drop-In:
    Tuesday, 1 - 4 pm
    Wednesday, 10 am - 12 pm

    (Fall, J-term and Spring Semesters only. No Drop-In Hours during Summer. Drop-In Hours are available to undergraduate students only.) 

    Stay on Track with Career Checklists!


  • Looking for a job or an internship?

    Visit our new opportunity posting board, Handshake!

    Handshake is the Career Development Center's on-line job posting, recruiting and communication system. Available 24/7/365, it allows students and alums to access information and the ability to do job/internship searches when it's convenient for them. Try using your Hamline login to access your account - an account may already exist;  it's just waiting for you!

    Here are tips for students and alums logging in to Handshake for the first time.

    Are you an employer looking to post a job for Hamline students? Create your free account here!


    Looking for the Hamline Career Link? Your account is still available for a limited time! Please move any information you would like to transfer out of your Hamline Career Link account before January 1, 2020. 

    Students/Alum Login
    Employer Login

  • Student Spotlight

    Enjoy these stories from Hamline students and alumni on how the Career Development Center prepared them for their careers or share your own story.


    Rachel Olson ‘19

    "My advice to other students would be to not be afraid to seek out help!"


    Hanna Bubser ‘19

    "The Career Development Center was essential in setting up my LEAP credit for my on-campus job."


    Evelyn Baker ‘19

    "My internship experience was critical to me learning and growing as a young professional in the marketing field."