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Career Advising Appointments

Undergraduates, Graduate Students & Alumni:  30 and 60 minute appointments typically cover the topics below.  Alumni appointments are 60 minutes in length.  If you are a student with a quick question during the academic year, stop by Drop-Ins.  Details are listed on the right side of the page (scroll down if on a mobile device).

  • Exploring careers and majors and developing career goals.
  • Job and internship search strategies including: resumes, cover letters, interviewing, networking, using LinkedIn and conducting an effective search.
  • Applying to graduate and professional school.  For pre-health advising, see the Pre-Professional Advising Office in Dowling Hall.
  • Interpretation of MBTI, Strong Interest Inventory or other career assessment results.  This appointment type must be scheduled by calling the Career Center at 617-627-3299.​

Schedule an appointment online via Handshake

Follow the instructions below to set up your account and schedule an appointment.

Schedule an Appointment

Students: Log into Handshake using your Tufts ID (e.g. jsmith01).  

Alumni:  You may need to create a new account if you do not have an existing profile.

  1. Click on Appointments in the left navigation, then click Schedule New Appointment
  2. Select a Category 
  3. Select an Appointment Type 
  4. Once you select an Appointment Type, you will see the names of available advisors
  5. You will receive a confirmation email 


  • Undergrad Student – General Advising
  • Engineering/Computer Science – Undergrad or Grad Students
  • Finance/Consulting - Undergrad or Grad Students
  • Arts & Creative – Undergrad or Grad Students
  • Pre-Law  – Undergrad, Grad Students, and Alumni
  • Grad Students – Arts & Sciences
  • Alumni Advising

Appointment Types 

  • Arts & Sciences Undergrad Appointment – 30 minutes: For undergraduates who would like to explore a broader array of career interests, internships and/or the job search or graduate school
  • Engineering or Computer Science Appointment – 30 minutes: For engineering or computer science undergrads and graduate students interested in discussing engineering and/or computer science-related careers, internships and/or the job search
  • Finance and Consulting Appointment – 30 minutes: For undergrads and graduate students interested in discussing finance and consulting careers, internships and/or the job search 
  • Arts and Creative Careers Appointment – 30 minutes – Medford or Fenway Location: For undergrads and graduate students interested in arts and creative careers 
  • Pre-Law Appointment – 30 minutes: For undergrads, graduate students, and alumni interested in discussing the law school application process.
  • Arts & Sciences Grad Student Appointment – 30 minutes: For Arts & Sciences Masters and PhD students
  • Alumni Appointment – 60 minutes: For AS&E & SMFA alumni 

Career Center Advisors

  • Nicole Anderson – Alumni Career Advisor
  • Matt Casey – Graduate Student Career Advisor
  • Karen Dankers – Finance and Consulting Career Advisor
  • Chris Di Fronzo – Finance and Consulting Career Advisor
  • Donna Esposito – Career Advisor
  • Robin Kahan – Engineering and Computer Science Career Advisor
  • Sheryl Rosenberg – Career Advisor
  • Shannon Seaver – Career Advisor
  • Malakia Silcott – Career Advisor
  • Ryan Smith – Career Advisor for the Arts
  • Leslie Warner – Alumni Career Advisor

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to bring to my appointment?
We want students to feel like they can come to an appointment even if they do not know exactly what they want to ask.  That said, there are some things that are helpful to bring for certain types of appointments: 
  • Resume, CV, Cover Letter, Personal Statement or Other Document Review -  Bring a draft of your document in hard copy for review and editing. 
  • Mock interview - Bring a resume and job description (you should send your job description at least 48 hours in advance).
No appointments are available within the next 2 weeks. What should I do?

New appointment slots are added continually so please check back again.  You may very well get lucky and find an open slot sooner. You can also take advantage of drop-in hours held daily.

Is there a limit to the number of appointments I can make at one time?

You may only have a single, ‘currently scheduled’ appointment in the system at a time.  You may also utilize any of our drop-in hours even if you have a currently scheduled appointment in the system.

I need to cancel my appointment. How do I cancel and/or reschedule?

Refer to your confirmation email from the Career Center, where you will find a link to cancel/reschedule your appointment.  You may also call the Career Center.  **Please see cancellation policy below.


Appointment No-Shows & Cancellations:
If you cannot make a scheduled appointment, please cancel at least 24-hours prior to your appointment.  When you miss an appointment without contacting the office, a notation is made in your office record and repeated “no-shows” (2 or more) will jeopardize your ability to schedule future appointments.  Repeated no-shows could also result in your Handshake account being frozen, limiting your access to registering for events, applying for jobs/internships or scheduling interviews or appointments.
Being Late to an Appointment:
To minimize disruption for fellow students, if you arrive less than 15-minutes late, your appointment will be reduced by the number of minutes you arrive late.  Appointments cannot be extended and will end at the originally scheduled time. If you are more than15 minutes late, it will be recorded as a "no show" in your office record, and you will have to reschedule.
Unsure which appointment to schedule? Call us at 617-627-3299.