Current Undergraduate Students

Career Readiness Bootcamp Hosted by Career Services

Are you starting an internship or job opportunity soon?

Are you still searching for opportunities?

Kickoff your Summer Professional Development with Career Services at our Career Readiness Bootcamp

This is a afternoon offering for those entering the workforce or those …

By Nicholas Mancari
Nicholas Mancari
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Future of Jobs Report 2023

Interested in learning what direction the global jobs market is heading in 2023 and beyond? Be sure to check out the attached report to learn more.

By BJ Engelhardt
BJ Engelhardt Senior Director, Career Services
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Future of Careers – College of Computing Dean Lance Fortnow on Why Tech Degrees Matter

Despite the recent news of layoffs at the major computing companies, workers with tech degrees are still in high demand—and Lance Fortnow, dean of Illinois Tech’s College of Computing, says that a need to fill secure, well-paying jobs in the sector remains high.

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Learn more about the Summer REU Program! Open to 1st – 3rd year undergraduate students.

Food Career Fair 2023

The Department of Food Science and Nutrition (FDSN) at Illinois Tech is excited to announce our partnership with BSI, Chicagoland …

The Office of Career Services will be implementing an event & interview no-show/cancellation policy this Spring semester (2023). Programs, activities, …

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Featured Classes

Course Registration 101

Registration must be done online through the myIIT portal system. The schedule of courses can be accessed through the myIIT portal. The following…

VanderCook: Spring Enrollment

Every year, IIT students enroll for music courses at VanderCook. These students participate in classes, play in ensembles, and take…

Inter-Professional Projects Program (IPRO)

Interprofessional Projects (IPROs) at Illinois Tech provide real-world project experience for students. All undergraduate students must complete two IPRO courses,…

SCI 497: UG Elevate Experience

Segre, Carlo
The focus of this course is for students interested in x-ray studies of battery and fuel cell materials. The plan…

PHIL 304: Judgment and Decision-Making

J.D. Trout
A philosophical and psychological examination of good reasoning, the origins of judgment errors and biases, the impact of reasoning on…

HIST 353: Chicago During the Prohibition Era

Mindy Pugh
A study of the people, places, demographics, institutions, politics, culture, and national context of the federal Prohibition (of alcohol) era…

COM 380 Digital Media and Citizenship

Mohamed El Marzouki
An examination of the implications of emerging digital media practices for citizenship, equality, participation, and belonging. Some of the key themes…

AAH 380: Frank Lloyd Wright

Erin Hazard
An examination of the career of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Students will analyze Wright’s theory of organic architecture, the place…

Undergraduate Career Outcomes

Career Outcomes

Illinois Tech graduates are in high demand. See what our graduates are doing within six months of graduation

Career Services tracks career outcomes on an annual basis through a survey known as First Destination. This data refers to the post-graduation status of students within six months of graduation and provides a snapshot view of the success undergraduates obtain.

Graduates of Illinois Tech pursue a wide variety of industries and positions in leading companies and organizations, and Career Services strongly believes that engaging in internships, research, study abroad, and student organizations are practices that lead to post-graduation success. For additional information or questions, please get in touch with Illinois Tech Career Services.

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First Destination

The vast majority of our graduates obtained full-time employment or decided to continue their education through graduate studies.

Learn more about the percentages of our graduates employed full-time, part-time, in graduate school, serving in the military, or pursuing volunteer opportunities.