We welcome students to meet with a career coach and tap into the community-wide career ecosystem at Allegheny College! To schedule a time with a coach, stop and see us, use the Appointments feature in Handshake, call 814-332-2381, or email to get started.

Highlighted Resources


Browse and apply for a variety of internships and jobs through Handshake. Filter your search for “ac connection” to see opportunities known to be directly supported by alumni. Explore other features, including the employer directory, the events calendar, and career center resources.

  • Students and alumni can log in from the Allegheny College page and enter an Allegheny username and password. If needed, Alumni can establish new accounts with a preferred email address.


Engage with alumni and non-alumni professionals locally and globally through Gator2Gator! As a student, you have access to a powerful online and in-person network of diverse Allegheny community members that can help you build connections.

  • Students can log in with a regular Allegheny username and password. Alumni can create new accounts before connecting.

Big Interview

Learn simple strategies to support interviewing success through Big Interview! As a student, you have access to a robust, self-paced, practice interviewing portal equipped with sample interview sets, AI-powered feedback, and customized industry questions to prepare for internships, jobs, and continued education.

  • Students can log in with a regular Allegheny username and password. Users must use an Allegheny email address to access the portal.


Explore GoinGlobal, a dynamic resource that provides extensive, location-specific information that helps find employment at home and abroad. Students benefit from learning about key industry trends, networking resources, work permit and visa regulations, resume/CV writing guidelines and examples, and much more.

  • Students already have accounts – just locate Allegheny in the school list and log in with an Allegheny username and password.

Internship Funding

The Center for Career and Professional Development is fortunate to manage an internship funding program made possible by the generosity of many alumni and friends. A series of funds were established that collectively support many student internships on an annual basis. The act of funding student interns is centered on matching donor intentions with student needs.

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My Next Move – Self Assessment

What Can I Do With This Major?

Learn more about career areas, types of employers and how they relate to academic majors through What Can I Do With This Major? Review strategies that can help you prepare for what’s next and browse additional links and resources that can help you decide what to do today, tomorrow, and in the future.

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