McDonough School of Business
McDonough School of Business

Master of Science in Management Career Services

4 MiM students talking on the top floor of Hariri

The McDonough Master of Science in Management (MiM) Career Services Office supports students in the process of self-discovery, career strategy, leadership development, and network-building to empower them to become principled, global leaders.

Pivot, Plan, Act

Finding a job is more than just editing a resume. The MiM Career Services Office prepares MiM students to plan ahead and execute a holistic job search strategy. Students use a variety of tools and resources to assess previous educational and work experience and pivot towards future goals. Employers gain access to an eager and well-equipped Georgetown McDonough pipeline of business talent.

As a student, you are supported and empowered to develop life-long, career-changing skills in self-discovery, branding, and networking.

MiM Customized Career Search Framework

A proactive job search involves multiple important steps:

Everyone’s career journey is unique! Through MiM Career Services, you will learn about all the resources available to you and how to implement them to your advantage.

Our Director of Career Service: Karen Kouagou

Karen advises students on career search strategies and manages relationships with employers and alumni. Her broad international consulting background in both corporate and nonprofit organizations includes several years as an executive recruiter at the World Bank. Throughout her career in multiple industries, she specialized in human resources consulting, recruitment and training. Prior to joining the MiM program as Director of Career Services, Karen was an Industry Practice Lead in the MBA Career Center focused on the Energy & Cleantech, Government, Social Impact/Nonprofit, and International Development industries. At the Georgetown McDonough School of Business,

Karen places particular emphasis on career clarification and supporting the career journey of international students. Fluent in French, her global perspective was enhanced by experiences as a host family, university exchange student, and expatriate. Karen holds a master’s degree from George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary. She is a long-time resident of the DC Metro area, so be sure to ask her about local hikes, film festivals, and specialty foods.

Contact the MiM Career Office

Master of Science in Management Career Services 
Karen Kouagou, Director of Career Services
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business 
Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 287 
Email: kek83@georgetown.edu