McDonough School of Business

Executive MBA Careers

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45%Salary increase three years after graduationFinancial Times
$223,287Average salary three years after graduationFinancial Times
4thIn the U.S. for career progressFinancial Times

Experience Dedicated Support for Your Journey to the C-Suite

Navigating your next career move doesn’t have to be a solo pursuit because our Executive MBA Careers team offers outcome-driven, customized solutions tailored to each student’s individual needs. These include:

Additionally, our Career Resources Hub offers tools, best practices, job postings, access to career events, and expert guidance to support your career development and success.

Laying the Foundation for Your Success

Whether you’re looking to advance your career at your current organization, pivot to a new industry, sector, or company, or start your own business, the Executive MBA Careers team will support and guide you toward your goals. Here’s how the process works:

  1. Start with our Assistant Dean for Graduate and Executive Degree Programs, Denise Durgin, who will help match you with one of our Career Coaches.
  2. Meet with your coach to fine tune your job search strategy and develop an action plan.
  3. Finalize your resume and optimize your LinkedIn profile with support from your coach.

Once the last step is complete, you will have access to our Executive Recruiters in Residence, our select cadre of recruiters and executive search professionals who can provide feedback on your resume and LinkedIn profile, and facilitate potential networking opportunities in partnership with our assistant dean.

Take your first step now.

Contact Executive MBA Careers

Denise Durgin, Assistant Dean, Graduate and Executive Degree Programs
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
Hariri Building, Suite 285