The Career Development Center (CDC) offers resources ranging from resume critiques and mock interviews to three annual career fairs and on-campus interviews with employers to help support students and alumni through the job search process.

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Programs to Look for: Internships/Co-ops

U.S. News & World Report (2016)

employers recruit on campus each year


Top internship opportunities 

The Princeton Review (2016)

Best Career Placement

The Princeton Review (2016)

Success Rates

Six months after graduation, students from the Class of 2015 are continuing to succeed. An impressive 91.7% of graduates report they are either employed, continuing their education in graduate school, serving in the military, or participating in volunteer services, such as City Year or Teach for America. This remarkable success rate is based on data from 85% of the Class of 2015.

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Are you an employer interested in learning more about WPI students? From career fairs to on-campus interviews to information sessions, there are many ways employers can recruit and connect with WPI students and alumni for full-time jobs, summer internships, co-op positions, and more.


Career Development Center Services

Career Services

The CDC can be your “superhero”— learn about just a few of the services that the CDC offers.