Duke - The Fuqua School of Business

Virtual Resources

Advance your career search. To complement the personal assistance you'll receive with our career coaches and management team, we have extensive virtual resources to help you find the right career for you.

  • Scott G. Says:
    If you’re considering launching your career outside the US, Fuqua’s library subscribes to an expansive resource called “Goinglobal” that will help prepare you for your multinational job search.

    The Ford Library houses a comprehensive career collection, including books, journals, media, and databases like WetFeet, Vault and Glassdoor.

    Our library's expert staff offers one-on-one and group training sessions on ways to use database resources to research employment opportunities, prepare for interviews, and make the most of the vast Duke library system.

  • Did you know Duke boasts over 148,000 alumni? You may search Fuqua's 19,000-person alumni database by program, graduation year, industry, company, job function, or geographic location. The database is available once you matriculate into the program. As a student, you will also have access to DukeConnect, provided by the Duke Alumni Association, which can connect you to alumni interested in networking and willing to support your career search.

  • Fuqua's digital resume database increases your chance of catching the eye of a headhunter and is searchable by different criteria to potential employers.

  • Fuqua GTS is an internal career services website that gives you the inside track on career search and development. Find job postings, contacts for thousands of companies, and a variety of research tools including internal presentations and employment statistics. The site helps you to:

    • Learn effective job search strategies
    • Search and apply for internship and employment opportunities
    • Keep abreast of workshops, company presentations, and other events
    • Schedule interviews with on-campus recruiters
    • Connect with current students and alumni
  • eRecruiting is the Duke University career services website, which you will also have access to. It provides access to hundreds of unique job openings, recruiter research, and networking tools that will help you find a job that matches your interests.

  • Interview Stream is an innovative learning tool that enhances your job interviewing skills by creating a compelling, simulated interview experience. You'll be asked challenging questions and you must respond, just as you would in a real job interview. Use your webcam to record your responses and review how you look and sound. Examples of other responses and online coaching are also available.