Helping You Manage Your Career
SAIS graduate programs prepare students for successful and fulfilling careers in international relations. To get you there, we help you identify your talents, explore careers, research organizations of interest, pursue job and internship opportunities and connect with alumni.
Planning and Resources
Career Services offers a variety of resources to assist students and alumni in their professional development. From their first day on campus, students are enrolled in a required Career Course that begins the process of developing a strategic plan to reach desired career outcomes. Additional services range from providing guidance and goal setting to helping students gain experience in their chosen professional field while crafting an effective job search strategy. At the present time, part-time certificate students in Washington, D.C. do not have access to Career Services.
Professional Skills Development
At SAIS, we encourage you to focus on your professional development by seeking opportunities that will help you achieve your objectives. By taking our Professional Development Skills courses and participating in career-related internships during your time at SAIS, you can gain necessary skills and experience to make a successful transition to your chosen area of employment upon graduation.
Annual employment survey statistics demonstrate the many professional directions SAIS graduates take once they enter the workforce. You can read the most recent edition of SAIS Employment Outcomes here
Career Services at SAIS is committed to helping organizations recruit first-rate talent for internships and full-time employment.