Career bluePrint is an online career management system designed to help students, alumni, and employers.
Students can view postings and apply for jobs on the system or through the means provided by the employers (company web site or with a company representative). The system allows students to schedule on-campus interviews directly on the system. Drake University’s Spring Internship and Career Fair participants are also posted for students to view after the employer has registered.
Access - Log into blueView, click the Student Services tab, and click the Career bluePrint logo
Employers post part and full time positions, internship opportunities, graduate programs, residencies, and fellowships on the system. Employers have the option to complete a profile to provide detailed information about the company. On-campus interview scheduling is another great component that employers can utilize.
Access- Register or list an employment opportunity
Alumni can utilize the system to view jobs and/or to mentor Drake students.
Access -To explore jobs please request a login and password from Professional and Career Development Services staff. Contact the Office of Alumni & Parent Programs to join Be A Mentor.
Professional & Career Development Services utilizes an on-line career system, Career bluePrint. This system is a component of NACElink Network which is a comprehensive, career management system offered through National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
NACElink Network is utilized by college career centers nationwide. All information is used to assist users with career services. This data is also utilized for administrative reports with all information reported in aggregate form. Personal information is not used for any reports.
Students and alumni should use caution when applying for positions and are encouraged to research the employer to protect against fraudulent postings. Students and alumni are strongly advised not to disclose Social Security numbers, credit card information or other financial records. Jobs on NACElink Network are not necessarily screened.