Strayer University is committed to helping students reach their career goals. There are a wide range of services and resources that have been carefully selected to assist students in preparing for future professional positions. The university makes these career resources available to students throughout their academic journey. The intent is to actively engage students in the career development process. Participation in career activities and/or completion of any Strayer program does not guarantee that a student will find employment.
The following career resources and services are available to students and/or alumni on the University Career Center website via the iCampus portal.
University Career Center
- Optimal Résumé Career & Talent Suite: This career management system contains an online job board as well as custom career software for building résumés, cover letters and portfolios. An interactive interviewing module allows students to conduct and/or record mock interviews.
- CareerSpots: This career library has over 600 videos that provide relevant career advice and information from leading experts in the field.
- Candid Career: This unique portal houses informational interviews of professionals, including Strayer alumni, in all types of jobs and industries. Interviews can be filtered by industry, job title, company, college major, etc.
- LinkedIn: This professional networking portal has over 600 million worldwide members. Students and alumni who have basic LinkedIn accounts are encouraged to use the Strayer University LinkedIn Alumni Tool, which is a searchable online directory of over 100,000 Strayer alumni and students.
- Career Insights: Students can access more than 160 on-demand career webinars hosted by industry experts in numerous industries.
- LyndaCampus: Recognized for its excellent digital skill-building videos, LyndaCampus offers users step-by-step help in learning new skills. This resource is available to students only.
- Résumé Reviews: Using the career tab on Blackboard, students may request an individual resume review. This resource is available to students only.
Campus-Based Career Resources
In campuses with Learning Resources Centers, there may be additional career support. Students and alumni may contact their local campus to inquire if on-ground career support is available.