Students in Georgetown’s MBA programs begin their career development curriculum the summer before they arrive. Over the summer, students develop their career hypothesis, value strategy, and career marketing portfolio items, helping to give them an advantage once they set foot on campus.
Beginning an MBA program is an important decision, one that relies on careful preparation and clear goals. Whether you are switching careers or plan to enhance your current career, the MBA Career Center offers a comprehensive career management curriculum designed to ensure you are ready even before you arrive on campus. Our career management curricula are specialized for each degree program, detailed below.
Summer Webinar Series:
Beginning the summer before you arrive, you will attend the MBA Career Ignition Summer Webinar series. This initial aspect of our career curriculum:
Career Deliverables Review:
We have designated a set of deliverables that will prepare you for the important stages in the job search: coach readiness, network readiness, and interview readiness. Our team of professional resume reviewers provides expert feedback, helping best position you for career coaching and attracting our top hiring employers.
Our team of dedicated, certified career management coaches facilitates your individual career strategy. MBA Career Center coaches, peer advisors, and student organizations work in a 14-industry alignment to cultivate career opportunities that are as industry-specific as possible.
Job Search Course:
For those MBA students wondering how to change jobs, explore new career opportunities, or attract top MBA employers, our Job Search Course is organized into practical network-ready and interview-ready modules. The course follows our seven-phase career development strategy, completed within the first two months of the program.
Our Promotions Course is ideal for those professionals who are well employed and ready to take their careers to the next level. We offer a convenient Saturday workshop format which takes you through: