Graduate Career Center
Offering MBA students a solid pathway to expand their networks and identify new career opportunities.
Career Services for Full-Time MBA Students
Our MBA program brings new resources to your all-important network. Whether you’re in the classroom, working in a company through your corporate residency, or taking part in a consulting project through our Global Projects course, you’ll form relationships with students, employers, world-class faculty, guest lecturers, and alumni with backgrounds in a variety of companies and industries.
At the heart of the action is the Graduate Career Center. You’ll be paired with a career advisor to work directly with you throughout the program and help you to take advantage of the many opportunities to network with the school’s corporate partners. The connections between the Center and the corporate world are rich and deep. You will have the opportunity to build significant relationships with industry leaders at executive lunches and develop your personal brand and job placement strategy in mock interviews and trainings.
We’ll help you establish a solid pathway to an MBA salary as you expand your connections and identify new career opportunities. The services—including state-of-the-art career planning and search tools—are available to you for life, too. In short, you will create a powerful network that will stay with you for your entire career.
100 percent of our first-year Full-Time MBA class was employed at a corporate residency—many at top companies or entrepreneurial startups.
90 percent of students seeking a job post-graduation accepted a job offer within three months after graduation.
The D’Amore-McKim Graduate Career Center helped me throughout my time at Northeastern. My career advisor was very hands-on in my career search and worked with me in all aspects—from resume building to answering questions I had regarding salary negotiations for my full-time job. And, their corporate partnerships allowed me to pursue a six-month corporate residency at a publicly traded tech company.Whitney Galusha, MBA’17