Tools to Assist YOU on a Successful Job or Internship Search
A one-on-one appointment with an advisor can help you develop a Job Search plan that’s suited to your career goals. Visit OWL-Careers to make an appointment.
Understand your strengths and what you are looking for in a career. Refer back to your Career Leader results and be honest with
Recruiting Timelines by Industry
Timelines can vary by company, so you must verify with your targets, but this general guide can be used to plan your job search strategy.
Research your Interests and Companies
Use this Research Guide to explore industries based on your interests and determine your career goals.
Establish Your Network
Understand When Companies Hire
The Internship Recruiting Timeline and Full Time Recruiting Timeline are to be used for reference. Please note that the recruiting timelines are general guidelines. Some companies may not adhere to these so do your research!
Job postings, CDO event RSVP’s, and advising appointments are all managed through our one-stop-shop portal, OWL Careers.
The RelishCareers platform
Relish MBA was built from the ground up for the MBA recruiting process. It is an online employment tool for MBAs, MBA recruiting companies, and Career Services at MBA schools that matches MBA talent with industry types, company capabilities, and recruiter requirements.
MBA Exchange is a global job board dedicated to business school students and alumni with opportunities posted directly by companies, employers directory and global searchable online directory of MBA development programs.
MyVisaJobs.com is an information portal and online community for visa job hunters around the world. Its major services include annual and quarterly reports for H1B visa and Green Card, Customized H1B Visa Solution, Visa Sponsor Profile, Candidate Profile, Resume Service, and Smart Apply for job applicants.
National Black MBA Association
The mission of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. is to lead in the creation of educational, wealth building, and growth opportunities for those historically underrepresented throughout their careers as students, entrepreneurs and professionals. It also hosts MBA level opportunities.
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