Coaching on Search Strategy
Meet with Career Development Office staff and/or peer coaches with expertise in your field of interest to map out your specific job-search plan.
Job Action Groups
Created specifically for students conducting off-campus job searches, Job Action Groups meet weekly with Career Development Office staff to discuss progress and explore next steps in the search.
Negotiating Offers and Decision Making
One-on-one consultations on negotiating job offers and deciding whether to accept.
Career Self Assessment
If you’re not sure what you’d like to do after graduation, our CareerLeader self-assessment program offers guidance and direction.
BBA Career Guide
This publication is designed to give easy access to instruction, example, and tips about the career search process in one place.
Coaching and Small-Group Webinars
Engage with with staff career coaches and participate in webinars to help focus your career interest.
Your resume is a key part of your job search. Resume creation and review are part of your BA 200 core course. You can get personal attention and advice on your resume from our professional CDO staff.
LinkedIn Profile Review
LinkedIn is more important than you might think. CDO professionals can help you leverage your profile to its best effect.
Many student clubs at Ross are organized around career interests, such as marketing, finance, consulting, and sustainability. These clubs help you network with other BBAs and alumni, sponsor conferences and special events focused on the field, and support you in your career pursuit.
These sessions are typically an hour long and focused on specific career areas of interest. Topics include “How to Conduct an Off-Campus Job Search” and “Job Searches for International Students in the U.S.”
A wide selection of documents, videos, recorded seminars, and more is available to assist you in all facets of your search.
Staff librarians can help you work with our exclusive databases to research industries, job functions, and specific companies you may want to target.
Hear directly from top companies about what they offer, who they’re looking for, and why you’d want to work there.
Interact in a career-fair-style setting with company representatives who come to campus seeking new talent.
Meet informally one-on-one with recruiters to discuss corporate concepts and models.
Each class will receive weekly e-newsletters on tips and resources that are specific to them and their career journey. Freshmen will receive monthly e-newsletters.
Gain invaluable practice and helpful feedback to put your best self forward for the real thing.
Career Development Office Drop-In Hours
Daily availability for quick one-on-one questions with our professional career coaching staff.
Dedicated Team for Recruiters
Nearly 200 companies recruit on campus every year. In addition to coordinating on-campus recruiting events, scheduling and facilitating one-one-one interviews between students and company recruiters, the Career Development Office fosters new relationships with highly sought-after recruiters to ensure a variety of employers for Ross BBA grads.
The first-year experience is focused on building a solid academic foundation and exploring career paths through University Career Center offerings supplemented by Career Development Office online resources. Additional Career Development Office resources are available to freshmen during the winter semester.
*Note: Most services are open starting sophomore year.
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