Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Colleagues:

CareerHub is a central location where UCLA graduate students and postdocs can find upcoming professional and career development events, resources, and opportunities across the campus. We encourage you to bookmark or subscribe to CareerHub to stay informed about upcoming opportunities. As this website is a new collaborative venture for the campus we expect to expand the features over the coming months.

Visit the About Us page to find out more about the partners involved in this initiative.



The EnCorps STEM Teaching Fellowship – alternative pathway to (paid) teaching or volunteer tutoring

The EnCorps STEM Teachers Program Fellowship ( is a way for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals to explore if teaching at the middle or high school level might be a potential career pathway. Choose from two programs: transition to teaching or volunteer tutoring. Currently there is a severe shortage of high-quality teachers and enduring gaps in STEM access for high-need students and communities. EnCorps transitions STEM professionals into teaching with opportunities to tutor or guest teach, professional development and training, scholarships for obtaining a teaching credential, and access to our network of schools. Find out more by joining one of our monthly free EnCorps 101 webinars at


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The O*NET program is the nation’s primary source of occupational information, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The database provides the basis for the Career Exploration Tools, a set of assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.


SciGov 250 has recently created a new pair of web-based portals to help undergraduates and graduate students alike search for Federally-sponsored opportunities in STEM. If you are interested, please see the links below.



Online Resource: STEM Opportunities for Women and Minoritites

This resource provides and overview of national statistics for the STEM workforce, and proves a list of resources including relevant associations and scholarship opportunities for women and minorities.