Bridging learning networks with your life’s work

Our goal at VCU Career Services is to help you develop a plan for defining and achieving your career and professional goals, starting in your first semester at VCU. We offer individual advising appointments to all VCU students and also to alumni who have graduated within the past year.

We are a community committed to respect by upholding values that promote collaboration, diversity, inclusion, integrity and learning. Our mission is to provide career education and build partnerships to support students' success as they become engaged citizens in a diverse community. Learn more about our values.

Advising services

We provide support to help you discover and reach your career goals. Start meeting with us as soon as you arrive at VCU. 

Outcomes data

Review the employment and satisfaction rates of new and soon-to-be graduates.

Strategic plan

See the goals we set out to meet by 2022 in the Career Services strategic plan.

Our team

Meet the advisors, administration and staff who make up Career Services.

Contact us

See how to get in touch with us and schedule virtual advising appointments.

What we value

We value our current relationships and create new strategic partnerships to enhance the services we provide for the benefit of all internal and external stakeholders.

We strive to recognize, understand, appreciate and utilize differences to better inform our work while advocating for and practicing inclusion to create better outcomes for all groups.

We hold ourselves accountable to encourage recognition and contribution of all persons and groups to the whole, which results in all members and participants feeling valued, appreciated and fully utilized and having similar chances for successful outcomes and that emphasize the value of cultural pluralism. 

We respect one another and hold each other accountable.

We engage in learning as the transformative process of taking in information that, when internalized and mixed with what we have experienced, changes what we know and builds on what we do.*

*From "The New Social Learning" by Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner