Careers & Life After Brown


The central location for career advising at Brown is the Center for Careers and Life After Brown (CareerLAB). CareerLAB offers daily walk-in hours and individual appointments as well as workshops, informational videos, career fairs, on-campus recruiting events with employers, and the Job and Internship Board (JIB). Specialized advising on careers in health fields, law, and business serve students interested in those professions. The Careers in the Common Good program supports students interested in non-profit careers, social justice, and public service. Career Field Notes compile up-to-the-minute news on industry-specific jobs and internships, career-related events, and trends in the field. Students may use CareerLAB's various social media to stay up-to-date on events and information.

Connecting Concentrations to Careers

While a small number of Brown concentrations are directly linked to specific career paths (e.g. engineering), most are not. Brown graduates find that the skills and knowledge they develop at Brown are relevant and applicable in a wide variety of work settings. CareerLAB hosts a number of events bringing back alumni from various concentrations in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, who have pursued a range of career paths. uch events broaden students' awareness of potential careers pathways while providing networking opportunities for currently enrolled students as well as recent alums. Brown's concentration search engine, Focal Point, also includes information about career paths of alums who completed each concentration program. 


BrownConnect is the newest addition to CareerLAB's suite of services. Students are able to search the website for high-quality internships and research opportunities in a wide range of fields and geographical locations. Students may apply for financial support for low-paid or unpaid internships. 

Commissioning Programs, including ROTC

Brown's Office of Student Veterans and Commissioning Programs provides information about service, training, and scholarship opportunities through programs such as the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), Officer Candidate School (OCS), and the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP). The office also coordinates and directs services supporting Brown students who are military veterans.