Career Advancement organizes treks around the world during summer, winter, and spring break periods. Students have visited over 70 cities - check out the trek map of past destinations here!
The University is excited to organize the following treks during Winter Break (December 11-13). Treks are posted as jobs on UChicago Handshake. Please click the respective link to be directed to the application page on Handshake. You will need to submit a resume and cover letter in order to apply. Please read the description of the specific trek carefully, as there may be additional application instructions.
- Atlanta, GA - Civil Rights
- Houston, TX - Healthcare
- Los Angeles, CA - Law
- New York, NY - Financial Markets
- New York, NY - Humanities: Publishing, Creative Writing, and Arts
- New York, NY - Wall Street
- San Diego, CA - Biological Sciences: Biotech, Conservation, and Beyond
- San Francisco, CA - Finance
- Seattle, WA - Computer Science & Technology
- Washington, D.C. - Climate & Energy
- Buenos Aires, Argentina - Business
- Beijing & Shanghai, China - Business
- Kigali, Rwanda - Global Health
- London, U.K. - Business
- New Delhi, India - Climate & Energy
- Tokyo, Japan - Quantum
Students are responsible for the following costs associated with the trek:
- A program fee that will be charged to your student account by the Office of the Bursar upon completion of the trek. These fees support program benefits such as hotel accommodations and ground transportation. Please visit each Handshake application page for more information, as a different fee will be assessed for each trek.
- Airfare to and from the trek destination
- Transportation to and from the airport and between the airport and hotel
- Lunches and dinners during the trek
Program fee waivers and financial support for travel costs are available for qualifying students. Visit this page to learn more.
To receive the most up-to-date information about our upcoming treks, be sure to sign up for our trek newsletter.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Erwin Paderanga at CATreks@uchicago.edu.