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International Relations

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International Relations students
Lili Dalton

I am Maxwell.

My experience at Maxwell helped shape my career by teaching me about the complex system of global politics and foreign policy. Model UN and classes in United States foreign policy helped me to be an active learner and skillful writer. Strong writing and public speaking skills are crucial for success no matter what career path students pursue.”

Lili Dalton ’16 International Relations

Program Manager, Overseas Security Advisory Council, Department of State

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Students receiving career resources

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We're here to help. Syracuse University students have access to a wealth of resources to help them launch a career or pursue graduate education. International relations majors receive additional help from our dedicated advising staff. Make an appointment by emailing and don't forget to check out our Answers page for curated links to career and graduate school resources.

Career Resources

Maxwell students have access to many career tools and resources, including Syracuse University’s exclusive online job and internship portal, alumni directories, networking treks and skill-building resources needed to apply for jobs or graduate school. As you start thinking about your post-graduation goals, career advisors are available—in person, via drop-in virtual appointment, and via text—to help translate your academic work into professional opportunities. You will quickly discover the many ways a liberal arts education can open new pathways to your future. 

Maxwell students in the career office
International Relations Undergraduate Program
102 Maxwell Hall