College of Business > Academics > Department of Finance & Real Estate > Student Resources > Career
The department leverages its connections to the business community to guide you toward a thriving career in real estate or finance. The following programs and resources can help you achieve career growth, in addition to the department's year-round events, such as panel discussions, webinars, conferences, networking meet-ups, and more.
The department's Mentoring Program matches undergraduate Real Estate majors with experienced real estate professionals. A mentor can help guide your career path and introduce you to potential employers. They also help you think through what skills are necessary for a successful career in real estate.
The program provides a series of meetings during a four- or five-month period, and is offered in two cohorts per academic year.
To find a mentor, contact
Steve Bell at
(312) 362-5920 or
Mary Ann Hocter Fax: (312) 362-6566Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The DePaul Career Center connects undergraduate students to employers, alumni, faculty and staff to facilitate meaningful experiences, mentoring connections and partnerships. Through the center, you also have access to:
Graduate students can access the Kellstadt Career Management Center, which offers a unique and valuable combination of career planning resources. Specialists at the center provide you with personalized support and first-hand industry knowledge to help you reach your career goals.