By DeVry University
As you continue to progress in your education, you may find yourself taking inventory of your accomplishments and future goals you wish to achieve. For many students, that starts with visions of a promising life and career—and DeVry offers just the right resources to help students properly plan for them.
DeVry Career Services has worked hard to develop HireDeVry 2.0, a platform that gives our students seamless access to planning their career goals, finding job leads, and aligning their personal strengths to employers’ hiring needs. And the best part? They can do it all online on their own flexible schedule.
"We know students are busy, so we really do our best to provide customized resources that meet their needs," says Eric Hellige, Director of Career Advising at DeVry University. "We created HireDeVry 2.0 to give students an all-access portal to career advice, potential opportunities, and support from our staff no matter where they are in their job search."
Available 24/7, students and alumni using HireDeVry 2.0 gain access to:
- Personalized content tailored to their specific fields of study and career interests
- Job leads from DeVry University's employer partners
- Career Advisor contact information for one-on-one support
- Customizable career profiles that are visible to employers
- Information on upcoming career fairs, on-campus interviews and workshops
- Ongoing support and resources as an alumni
If you're already a DeVry or Keller student, sign up for HireDeVry 2.0 and start planning your future on your own terms. If you plan to enroll, new students receive access to HireDeVry 2.0 the moment they start their first DeVry or Keller course. All you need is your student ID number and your personal career portal is just a few clicks away.
"The best part is that the portal is highly customized and convenient without losing that human touch," says Hellige. "Students can receive the resources they need online, but still have access to actual career advisors. Our goal is to help each student meet their goals on their terms while knowing that that they can still call, message or video chat advisors if they ever need extra support. We want to stay connected. We truly want to see our students succeed."