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The mission of the Office of Career Services (OCS) is to provide students and alumni with the necessary tools to successfully manage their immediate internship and full-time job search as well as their professional development throughout their careers. We accomplish this through career advising, a professional development course, career events, recruitment and employer outreach programs, and professional networking opportunities. Students and alumni are encouraged to partner with OCS and dedicate time to independent research and networking to build bridges with the professional world.

Location:
OCS is located on the 4th Floor of the International Affairs Building in Room 420.

Office Hours:
OCS is open year-round, including the summer months and academic breaks. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Hire SIPA Grads
SIPA is the world's most global public policy school; students trained at SIPA not only have the skills to lead in organizations, but also the background and global perspective to address today's challenges. SIPA students have studied economics, statistics, policy analysis, and management with a strong emphasis on practical training. Students advance their individual interests by choosing a policy concentration and specialization. Classroom experience is reinforced by summer and semester-long internships.
On-campus Recruitment
The Office of Career Services (OCS) welcomes employers to visit the campus to interact with SIPA students and promote their organizations. To take advantage of these services, please contact Patricia Macken, Director of Employer Relations, either via email at pmm1@columbia.edu or telephone at (212) 854-4654.
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Offer A Workshop
Capstone workshops apply the practical skills and analytical knowledge learned at SIPA to a real-world issue. Students are organized into small consulting teams and assigned a substantive, policy-oriented project with an external client.