Graduate Professional Development Resources


NOTE:   You must have an active LinkedIn Learning account to access these courses.

Working Remotely

Value of Working Remotely

Leading Virtual Meetings

Leading Virtual Meetings

Digital Body Language

Digital Body Language

Efective Virtual Presentations

Effective Virtual Presentations

Virtual Networking for Job Interviews

Virtual Networking for Job Interviews


TheMuse Blog

9 Ways to Remain Close

“9 Creative Ways to Stay Connected To Your Coworkers”

How to Get a Gig Job

Best Gig Economy Jobs

“How to Get a Consulting or Contracting Job”

Workplaceless Article

Real World Advice

“Real World Advice from Change Makers in Remote DE&I”

Workplaceless Article

Remote Work Competency Model

The Remote Work Competency Mode – Creating Success at Every Stage of Remote Work

CareerBuilder Article

Job Interview Tips

“Job Interviewing Tips in The Age of Social Distances”

LinkedIn Blog

6 Remote Work Tips

“6 Tips for Working Remotely”

Micron Technology, Inc. Intern Blog

Micron Intern photo

“Tech Camp From an Intern’s View: My Virtual Experience as a Mentor” by Victor Rodriguez-Toro


A free webinar recording from Bridgepath Career Advisors, LLC. Kate Utzschneider and Jill Huggett titled “How to advance your job search during the COVID-19 crisis”

How to Advance Your Job Search

A free webinar recording with Career Contessa’s Founder, Lauren McGoodwin, and Work Bigger’s Founder, Belma McCaffrey during their presentation titled “Managing Your Career (+ Stress) During Coronavirus”

Manage Your Career Change


How to Search for a Career in Uncertain Times

Hear about action steps to take while social distancing. Job Search While Social Distancing …. Hear about self-assessment that will help you move forward, setting new goals, working in a virtual environment, updating your LinkedIn profile, and participating in virtual events.

Presenter: Robbie Ouzts

A workshop devoted to methods and strategies to transition with success from school to work. If you’re departing on your first job — intern, co-op, or full time — you’ll need to approach your day differently. We’ll show you how.

Presenter: Michael Laughter

We know that you’ve heard this before, “Networking is key to advancing your professional career”. Yet, networking is something that does not come easy for many people. There are many nuances that are key to being effective in networking situations, both in person and on-line. The Center for Career Discovery and Development will be presenting an interactive and informative workshop for graduate students on how to develop a strategy for networking, facilitate professional conversations in person, and in using LinkedIn to effective build connections.

Presenter: Clarence Anthony, Jr.

Georgia Tech graduate students often search for jobs in technology, finance, consulting, nonprofit, government, and other sectors. One key aspect of searching for a job in any sector is having the ability to effectively communicate your experiences and fit concisely. You will also learn how to weave your academic, volunteer, and/or leadership experience into answers. This workshop will focus on helping graduate students to navigate the interview process, and strategize on how to effectively answer questions by articulating strengths and skills.

Presenter: Clarence Anthony, Jr.

Presenter: Michael Laughter

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