Partner with the ICC

The ICC can coordinate and integrate career and professional development services with your department through:

Workshops

The ICC offers several 50 minutes lectures on a variety of different career-related topics. Students can drop by any of these sessions throughout the year. See a complete list of workshops. You can also request a workshop. If you are an instructor and have to cancel class, you can request an ICC adviser give a presentation to your students.

List Internship and Job Postings on Your Website

Have internships and jobs from Aggie Job Link (AJL) automatically displayed on your website by requesting an AJL widget. Filter positions that appear on your website by major, industry or other customizable fields. Email ajlhelp@ucdavis.edu to request a widget.

Sample Widgets

Company Information Sessions

The ICC coordinates over 100 company information sessions per year. To see a list of upcoming sessions, check our events calendar.

Internship and Career Fairs

Annually the ICC hosts four major internship and career fairs, each of which attract over 2,000 students and 160 employers.

Advising Tools

  • Aggie Job Link
    UC Davis staff and faculty can access Aggie Job Link (AJL) for the purpose of advising students. Log in through CAS with your Kerberos ID and passphrase, or a separate username and password. If you have any problems, please contact ajlhelp@ucdavis.edu for further assistance.
  • Mandatory advising
    Colleges implementing mandatory advising can refer students to ICC drop-in advising or workshops. To discuss this further, please contact one of our advisers.
  • Adviser Tool Kit for Starting the Career Discussion
    Academic advisers are often the first point of contact for students, and may find themselves faced with career-related questions. The ICC has created a tool kit for advisers to begin the conversation about careers that addresses basic questions that students may pose. This can be used as a first step in conjunction with a referral to the career advisers at the ICC.
  • Career Resource Manual
    The Career Resource Manual is a comprehensive resource for students from the beginning stages of exploration through the internship and job search process.
  • Meet with an ICC adviser
    Our advising staff is available to discuss additional coordinated services.
  • Refer a student
    If you would to refer a student to the ICC, please see the advising section of our website.
  • Tools for students
    There are many tools and resources available in the undergraduates and masters, Ph.D.s and postdocs section of the website, including downloadable resources and the Career Resource Manual.
  • Data Resources
    Discover through the ICC data webpages where UC Davis graduates have held internships and what alumni do after they graduate.