The Graduate Career Management Center at the Broad College of Business is here to provide world-class career coaching and education to Broad MBA and specialty master’s students. Our mission is to help you build a comprehensive strategy that bridges your career goals to your professional reality.
As a Broad master’s student you will be assigned a career advisor based on your program, professional goals and functional interest to provide support including the following:
Formats range from lectures or panels by career professionals, to workshops, to a for-credit career management class (Full-Time MBA) and occur at new student orientation and during the school year. Topics typically include:
As a Broad student you have access and support for career fairs that range from small and focused to large and diverse. They play an important part in the job search for many students.
Full-Time MBAs are assigned a second-year MBA coach to provide personalized feedback and advice. This includes resume and cover letter reviews, elevator pitch practice and sharing of insights from their personal experiences.
Broad offers a comprehensive set of cutting-edge online resources available 24/7:
The initial step to forming a career strategy is critical, as you will assess your strengths and interests and discover opportunities in a variety of functional areas and industries before diving into the job search. The goal is to give you all the information you need to choose a career or to confirm your current path.
This will include the use of CareerLeader, a tool that provides a fully integrated approach to business career self-assessment built on the premise that one’s interests, motivators and skills will drive future career success and satisfaction.
Fortune 500 companies from across the globe recruit at Michigan State for their leadership talent. The career management team at Broad provides you with numerous opportunities and venues to connect and interview with them.
Broad produces MBAs who are ready to make business happen, and the results show. The career management team takes pride in the success we achieve connecting our students to opportunities in companies across the globe.
Handshake is our online recruiting platform that connects MSU students with employers and alumni. Handshake offers a variety of powerful tools for students:
Late cancellations or missed interviews are a hindrance to your success and leave a negative impact on Michigan State University and our relationships with employers. The following policy addresses this concern and the serious implications resulting from a late cancellation or a no-show.
Students registering and submitting resumes on Handshake certify that the information is truthful and accurate.
Michigan State University and the Broad College of Business understand that the recruiting process consists of stringent deadlines for both the employer and students. It is the University’s position that students make the best decisions when offered the opportunity to evaluate all of their options and seek appropriate counsel.
A job acceptance is a major commitment to your new employer. You should only make this type of commitment if you intend to honor it. Reneging is accepting a job offer from a second company while declining an already accepted job offer from the first company. This can severely damage your reputation, not only in the short-term, but also for the duration of your career. Reneging also has negative implications on the university’s relationships with the employer and can affect opportunities for other MSU students. The university does not sanction a renege situation on your part for any reason. Please carefully review the reneging policy before accepting any job offers.