Thayer has its own Career Services office providing individualized career coaching and networking resources for both students and alumni. Student resources include on-campus recruiting events, career fairs, and Handshake—a customized online career services management system.
Each MEM student is mentored individually by a member of the Corporate Collaboration Council who advises on career options and preparation, and assists with networking as well as the internship and job search.
The Master of Engineering Management Council (MEMC) is a group of students who work closely with the administration of Thayer School and the MEM degree program to address the professional, academic, and social needs of current and future MEM students and alumni.
Our Mentor Network helps Dartmouth engineering students and alumni plan, prepare for, and launch successful careers as well as helping employers connect with Dartmouth's engineering talent. Through this network you can build alliances, join support groups, befriend alumni with similar professional interests, and create other connections important to your professional development.
The Dartmouth Career Network
is a professional network of thousands of alumni who are willing to advise students and fellow alumni on their career path.
The Magnuson Family Center for Entrepreneurship (formerly "DEN") will be a new innovation hub located at Thayer for faculty, student, and alumni connected to any department or school at Dartmouth.
A wide selection of career-focused student groups and councils can help you hone your skills and gain valuable industry knowledge.
The Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) assists Dartmouth international students with all immigration matters.