Dear MEM Students,
As a reminder, the Engineering Master’s Programs and MEM program orientation activities will take place virtually during the week of August 10. The complete schedule with Zoom links is included below.
August 10 is also the day you will gain access to the Online Career Center for engineering master’s students. This site, within MS Teams, is designed as a one-stop online career center with easy access and real-time information for your career planning, job/internship search, and professional development opportunities. The morning of August 10, you will receive a message about the launch, including a video tour of the site. Access begins Monday, August 10 at 12:00 p.m. EST.
With the Online Career Center you will:
- Get real-time updates about jobs, internships, events, opportunities, and current work/internship impacts. And share updates you find with your classmates!
- Easily contact a career coach by chat or video without worrying about appointments.
- Check in with your peers for support and answers to your questions.
- Quickly find customized and high-quality tools and information to guide your search strategy & get help with common tasks.
The Career Services & Professional Development team is excited for you to begin your first semester at Duke and looks forward to working with you!
Engineering Master’s Programs and Master of Engineering Management orientation activities will be hosted on Duke Zoom. Please see the Office of Information Technology to learn how to log in and set up your Duke Zoom account.
- Course registration for the fall 2020 semester begins on Monday, August 3 at 7:00 a.m. (ET). Registration is done through your DukeHub portal. A helpful guide for fall registration is available online: https://registrar.duke.edu/registration/registration-guides.
The first day of classes for Pratt master’s students will be Monday, August 17
Feel free to reach out to Graduate Student Programs and Services (email@example.com) at any time. We are here to support you!
Have a great week!
Pratt Master’s Student Services
Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University