For general inquires, please email us at Our staff is generally available 9:00-5:00 M-F and can also be contacted by phone at 585-275-2366.

To connect with individual staff members, please see our staff page.

    • Students

      Our staff at the Greene Center are here to help you connect your experience at Rochester to your professional and life pursuits.

      Our office is located at 4-200 Dewey Hall and our services are currently being offered both in-person and virtually, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m, with limited evening appointments available.

      Career Advising

      To schedule an appointment with one of our Advisors:

      • Login to your Handshake account
      • Click on “Career Center” in the top navigation
      • Select “Appointments”

      Drop-in Advising

      Drop-in advising with a Peer Career Advisor is a great way to get on-demand service without the wait. PCAs provide support with resumes, cover letters, application materials, online profile review, internship and on-campus job search, and general questions. Drop-in Hours are offered Mondays & Wednesdays from 12pm – 3pm EST and Fridays from 12pm – 4pm EST when classes are in session. No appointment is necessary!

      Interview Rooms

      Interview rooms can be scheduled during the regular academic semester online. These rooms can be used for virtual or in-person interviews, internship space, and other career related needs. If you have questions about using one of our interview rooms, please email us!

      Bloomberg Terminals

      The Greene Center houses two Bloomberg Terminals, available during our open business hours. Time on the terminals can be booked through our online space reservation system.

  • Alumni

    For alumni career explorers and job seekers – As a Rochester alum, you still have access to the various resources and services provided by the Greene Center far beyond graduation. The resources section of our website has a number of tools to provide guidance on everything from resumes and cover letters, to networking advice and tips to help you prepare for your next interview. You can also stay connected through community networking events by regularly checking our calendar.

    For alumni interested in volunteering with our office to support students and critical initiatives, you can find additional information here.

    For alumni looking to recruit interns and employees, please see our “Employers” section below.

  • Employers

    The University of Rochester is a top-tier research institution, and our students and alumni are regularly recognized for their ingenuity, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit. They embrace the school’s motto – “Meliora” – as they make the world ever better.

    The Greene Center offers a number of ways for local, regional, national, and international employers to connect with the University of Rochester’s brightest minds – and for them to connect with you. From campus events to online recruiting, you can tap the University’s pipeline of talent for internships, special projects, co-ops, jobs, fellowships and other experiential learning opportunities. For more employer-specific information, visit the employer section of our website!

    Additionally, below are some of the available partnerships and collaborative opportunities within the centers and institutes in Arts, Sciences and Engineering.

    UR Ventures – Transferring technologies can make the world a better place, and UR Ventures helps develop University innovations into valuable products and services.

    The Ain Center for Entrepreneurship – Assists students in generating and transforming ideas into enterprises that create value, both economically and socially.

    The Industrial Associates Program – As part of the Institute of Optics, this program builds relationships with optics and photonics industry collaborators.

    Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences – CEIS promotes economic development in New York State by bringing together companies and University researchers with common areas of interest.

  • Faculty & Staff

    We recognize how many career-related questions can come up when you are advising students. While you can always refer a student to our office, we also encourage advisors to take advantage of the multiple resources available to you as a faculty and staff member at the University. To get started, you may want to familiarize yourself with:

    Major-to-Career Pathways – Our goal is for students to better understand what they will gain through the study of various disciplines, the competencies they will develop, and the career pathways alumni have gone onto from these majors.

    Exploratory Community – This Career Community focuses on helping students to identify options related to some of the more typical questions you might hear like ‘what career should I consider?’, ‘what should I major in?’, and ‘what can I do with that major?’. Students should be encouraged to explore and join any of the career communities that interest them.

    Handshake – All faculty and staff can request a student account to access this career exploration, job and internship posting, and employer connection tool.

  • Parents & Families

    Parents and Families are important to a student’s experience at Rochester. You can strengthen connections with your student by:

    • Encouraging them to explore job and internship opportunities within Handshake.
    • Motivating them to start building their network within the UR community through The Meliora Collective.
    • Helping them understand the importance of career exploration and advising through 1:1 appointments and drop-in hours at the Greene Center.
    • Exploring industries, career paths and ideas through our Career Communities.
    • Regularly checking our calendar for upcoming events on and off-campus.
  • Technology Partners

    The Greene Center is proud to connect with educational technology providers around the globe to bring the best user experience and content to those we serve. Our career education tech stack includes relationships across operational, educational and connective tools for our staff, students, and other stakeholders. We enjoy relationships with our partners that provide feedback, creative solution spaces, and discussions about trends, patterns, and insights related to products and user experience.

    If you are an educational technology representative and would like to submit your product for evaluation, please complete the online form at one of the below links.

    1. Unsolicited product submissions will be reviewed bi-annually in December and June, and will be followed up on if there is interest or questions from our team.
    2. Representatives that we have already been in contact with and are pursuing a demo, conversation or other steps, will have their information reviewed in a timely manner, and a primary point of contact for you will be identified.
    3. Ed tech vendors that we already have a relationship with can simply update the information in the form and submit, so we can update records and information in our tracking system.

    We look forward to reviewing your offering and potential partnership!