The Career Development Office provides assistance to alumni who are searching for work or who are making career transitions. We encourage alumni to contact our Alumni Counselor, Heather Gorman, to obtain personalized advice and suggestions.
A number of the resources on this page are for the benefit of Notre Dame graduates only. Please contact our office with your name and graduation year to request a password.
ND Public Service Initiative Program
- Announcement for Employers (Netid required)
- Employer list 2009 – 2013 (Netid required)
Notre Dame Networking Resources
Job Postings Resources
- Symplicity NDLS Job Board (If you need a Symplicity account or have forgotten your password, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.)
Other Job Search Resources
On Friday, November 14, 2014, the NDLA presented the Fr. Michael McCafferty Award to the Honorable Kenneth Ripple for his thirty-seven years of distinguished service to the University of Notre Dame as a faculty member of the Law School. The award was presented by Dean Nell Newton and NDLA Board President, Jared des Rosiers, at a dinner following the NDLA fall board meeting. This award is named for Fr. Michael McCafferty, who in his all-too-brief life established a universal reputation within Notre Dame Law School as a charismatic teacher, renowned scholar, beloved friend and spiritual mentor.
Brigadier General James Smith passed away on September 29, 2014 from cancer complications at the age of 54. Jim was married to Jennifer O’Leary Smith, ’89 J.D. Upon his retirement from the Air Force, as a Brigadier General, Jim was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal by the President of the United States. Jim was a partner in the firm of Butler Pappas in Chicago. Please view the online obituary for more about Jim’s many accomplishments. Also view a beautiful tribute to Jim, as “A true Domer”, in an article in The Observer written by the daughter of one of Jim’s classmates.
Brian Skaret, ’02 J.D., has been awarded the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award for the successful investigation and prosecution of the Barrio Azteca criminal organization earlier this year. This prestigious award is the second-highest conferred by the U.S. Attorney General.View All News
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