Careers Resources

Pave your path into the built environment professions

Your preparation as a professional architect, urban planner or real estate developer starts from day one at the School of Architecture and Planning. Visit with our career development and advising team for tips on building your portfolio, internship searches or mock interviews. Meet leaders from top firms and employers across the built environment professions through meet-and-greets and offsite treks. Pair up with one of our alumni mentors to build deep professional connections and gain valuable career-building advice.

Ed Brodka is a full-time Career Counselor who specializes in helping students prepare for their future job or internship.
Connect with UB's Bullseye to start and manage your job and internship search; connect with us on LinkedIn to find additional opportunities.
From in-house presentations by top employers and weekly public lectures by distinguished practitioners to our alumni-driven mentoring program and student leadership organizations, you'll find plenty of opportunities here to establish valuable, meaningful professional connections.
The School of Architecture and Planning, in partnership with local chapters of the American Institute of Architects and the American Planning Association, has developed a Professional Mentor Program for alumni and friends to share their experiences and advice with current students.