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CareerEd, Stanford Career Education prepares students and recent alumni to pursue and secure fulfilling careers. Stanford Career Education understands that the undocumented student community faces a unique set of challenges in their career journeys and is committed to providing individualized strategies to ensure students are able to overcome these challenges.

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Career Resources


Any undocumented students seeking career support may make a coaching appointment. In addition to coaching, CareerEd's resources include one-unit courses that explore different careers, career fairs, practice interviews on campus, and one-on-one advising sessions for internships and careers. If you have any questions for Stanford Career Education, use this link to ask them anonymously. 

Vice Provost for Graduate Education

For graduate students specifically, the Vice Provost for Graduate Education acknowledges that the undocumented graduate student community at Stanford experiences unique adversities in the career planning process. The VPGE offers a variety of professional development workshops and funding opportunities to help undocumented and DACAmented students in their planning process for post-graduate life. To get a preview of the career resources the Vice Provost for Graduate Education offers, click here to explore the interactive GradGrow tool. 

CareerEd OhD Pathways, 2023. Credit; Nikolas Liepins, Ethography