Career Exploration Activities
Our career search actually begins before the first day of classes. In April-May, incoming Master of Management students engage in career exploration activities led by the Career Development Office. These activities equip incoming students with crucial knowledge about different types of careers, including consulting, marketing, and corporate finance. Leveraging this, students engage in a selection of dynamic self-assessment exercises to further define the type of careers that best fit their interests, values, and skills.
Workshops Tailored for Master of Management Students
Once students arrive in Ann Arbor in mid-June for the on-campus start of the program, they participate in a series of intensive, hands-on workshops designed to provide a foundation for a successful job search. Workshop topics include resume and cover letter writing, networking skills and tips from former recruiters. These workshops are customized to the unique characteristics and attributes of MM students. A successful career search requires self-reflection, commitment, and a plan of attack. The summer programming for MM students led by the Career Development Office has one goal: help students reach their goals.
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.
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.
On-Campus Interview Opportunities
Numerous Fortune 500 companies come to Ross each fall to recruit our students
For student with unique career interests, our team of professionals assist in conducting a successful off-campus search to find the best career fit.
Your resume is a key part of your job search. You can get personal attention and advice on your resume from our professional Career Development Office 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 the Marketing Club, Tech Club, Healthcare & Life Science Club, Finance Club, and Consulting Club. These clubs help you network with other students and alumni, sponsor conferences and special events focused on the field, and support you in your career pursuit.
A wide selection of documents, videos, recorded seminars, and more 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.
Career tips and resources in your inbox every week.
Gain invaluable practice and helpful feedback to put your best self forward for the real thing.
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.
Career Development Office Drop-In Hours
Daily availability for quick one-on-one questions with our professional career coaching staff.
Negotiating Offers and Decision Making
One-on-one consultations on negotiating job offers and deciding whether to accept.
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, Career Development Office fosters new relationships with highly sought-after recruiters to ensure a variety of employers for Ross MM grads.
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