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The Alumni Career Resources Program assists Virginia Tech alumni who may be changing careers or searching for new job opportunities. The links below from various sites and sources provide useful information for job-seeking alumni.
Exploring Career Choices
Interviewing Resources
Resume Writing
Salary Information
Who Hires Hokies?
The Job Search

Hokie Nation Network

Search for job opportunities in many locations

Neuvoo provides a centralized search of jobs from multiple websites

Free advice and information regarding job applications online and offline

Job Search Strategies and Resources

Locanto job board for internships and job opportunities

Job Applications Online

Jobs at Virginia Tech

Entry Level Jobs

Federal job opportunities

Federal job resume information and helpful hints

Free federal job search webinars

Job search portal

Ten Reality Checks for Job Hunters

15 Myths and Misconceptions about Job Hunting

10 Ways the Job Search Has Changed

Find Your Next Successful Employer Relationship - an open job board with no registration or cost involved

Job Boards for LGBTQ

Multicultural Resources for Jobs

‘Green Job’ Opportunities

Sustainable Careers

Arts/Fine Arts/Entertainment Job Opportunities

Internships and Graduate Jobs in Asia

Alumni Career Coaches
Ongoing Career Management and Advice

    Hokie Nation Network

New! Online career speaker series for alumni

    Career Speaker Series

The Alumni Association Career Resources program offers a new online speaker series for alumni featuring leading career authors who share tips and best practices for job searches, interviewing, use of social media, networking, and more. In addition to upcoming live events, there is also a large archive of past events. Take advantage of this new resource today – it’s FREE!

Be a Career Coach!

Your advice can help fellow alumni who are seeking jobs or changing careers. Answer our short survey and email us your photo, and we will share your advice on our website.

More Information

For more information on the program, contact Nancy Brittle at 540-552-1666 or