UCLA Luskin is dedicated to the professional development of its students and alumni. Career Services offers professional development programs and resources that are tailored to areas of interest within the fields of Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning.
Career Toolkit  Job Search Resources and Tools
CareerView, UCLA Luskin's online employment database  (exclusive to UCLA Luskin students and alumni)
Career Services offers the following professional development services throughout the academic year:
Event information will be posted to the UCLA Luskin online event calendar  and announcements will be sent via the departmental student listservs.
International Practice Pathway
The goal of the International Practice Pathway  is to prepare students to work with local and global underserved populations by providing cross-disciplinary education in such international issues as urban planning, social welfare, public policy, economics, administration, public health and environmental sciences. It also trains practitioners who are qualified to work in diverse settings by providing hands-on experience in research and practice in international resource-poor settings.
Individual Career Advising Appointments
Students may make individual appointments for career guidance, assistance with their job or internship searches, resume critiques or mock interviews. Students are connected with UCLA Luskin alumni in their field of interest when applicable.
Career advising hours are Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8:00am-5:00pm, by appointment.