Here you will find resources to explore careers, understand the job market, and learn more about what you can do with one of Brandman University’s majors. Current students can also access the full Career Services site through MyBrandman.
What can I do with a major in...
Use these general guides to explore career options and possibilities within specific Brandman degrees.
A full overview of Brandman University programs can be found here.
BrandmanHub is the official blog and news site for Brandman University. Check out the Career Corner for career news and tips!
Additional Career Exploration Resources
The following websites are helpful external resources to assist you with career exploration. Find career information such as job descriptions, demand, outlook, education, salary, and more!
Use the websites and resources below to learn more about national, California, and Washington labor markets and economies. What careers are in demand? What is the outlook? Review information by location (city, county, state), occupation, and industry. Learn about employment projections, identify trends, review state reports, and read articles.
The full Career Services website is accessible to current students and alumni with MyBrandman logins. From the MyBrandman homepage you will find Career Services listed under Student Services.
Current students have access to career tools, resources, and services through MyBrandman including:
Do you have full time professional positions to post for Brandman University students and alumni?
Brandman CareerLink is Brandman University’s free service for employers who wish to post full time career opportunities for Brandman University students and alumni.
Please download this informative brochure: Career Services Employer Brochure 10.13
Welcome! Thank you for considering Brandman University students and alumni to meet your employment needs. Please begin by reviewing the Brandman CareerLink Employer and Recruiting Guidelines (including Third Party Guidelines). Our guidelines were developed in accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Practice.
Principles, Policies, and Practices
Questions or need additional assistance?
Brandman CareerLink Employer FAQ & Troubleshooting guide
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