Worldwide Career Services

Embry-Riddle Worldwide students bring diverse backgrounds and experiences into the classroom. Whether they’re actively employed or serving in the military, our students have unique needs that may not be addressed through traditional Career Services support.

With graduates entering the workforce with specialized degrees from one of our three colleges (Aeronautics, Business, Arts & Sciences), Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s Career Services staff and resources are designed to help guide students and alumni into their respective fields.

For an overview of career services, please review this Career Services Orientation as well as additional links to available career resources on this page.  

Some of the support Embry-Riddle Worldwide Career Services offers includes:

Your Career Plan

Career Services provides a one-stop shop for a successful transition from the classroom to the workplace – regardless of the industry. Access our career resources early during your degree program to maximize your career potential. Take our free personality assessment designed to align personal characteristics with job requirements. EagleHire and CareerShift are the career management “launch pads” which enable Embry-Riddle students and alumni to connect directly to employers for full-time and co-op/internship opportunities. Contact Worldwide Career Services today to create your profile and develop a personal career strategy.

Your Credentials

Being prepared with your personal and professional credentials is vitally essential in creating a first impression and landing an interview for a job opportunity. Research shows that most employers look at a resume for less than one minute, which makes an outstanding resume even more important. Worldwide Career Services assists students and alumni with valuable resources including resume reviews and samples, interview preparation, and networking assistance. Learn how to develop your professional credentials or visit Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Career Services for more information.

students working together

Cooperative Education

The Co-op/Internship (COIN) Program provides students the opportunity to earn academic credit while gaining valuable work experience in various career industries through practical application of academic knowledge. Students may be considered for permanent career opportunities as many employers actively develop their workforce recruitment strategies from their university relationships through a robust COIN program. Current students may access information by visiting the Career Services Co-op/Internship page in ERNIE.

students meeting employers at job fair

Job Fairs/Career Events

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University hosts multiple job fairs and industry expos throughout the year for ERAU students and alumni. ERAU Worldwide students and alumni are encouraged to attend annual career events hosted by Daytona Beach, Prescott, and Worldwide campus locations as well as local and regional career events. For more information, click ERAU Career Events or contact the Worldwide Career Services office.

Embry-Riddle alumni


Embry-Riddle Worldwide provides employers the opportunity to connect directly with our talented students and alumni. Employers may contact Career Services for information how to post career opportunities in EagleHire as well as gain access to our qualified candidates. Students and alumni may create an EagleHire profile and view posted jobs after posting an approved resume. Available career opportunities are also posted the ERAU Worldwide Career Services LinkedIn group page.