Job Tools and Resources
The Career Services team has the tools and resources you need to pursue your career goals.
Career Services is actively engaged in employer outreach and development. Thousands of jobs are posted, annually, specifically for Booth talent - jobs that span a wide variety of functions, industries, levels, and geographies, and from both direct-hire companies and executive search firms. Through the Chicago Booth Global Talent Solutions system, students and alumni can filter jobs and set up customized search agents.
Students and alumni can utilize the online Chicago Booth community directory to research and contact alumni and fellow students in various functions and industries. The directory is an excellent tool to begin conducting informational interviews and to network with professionals in fields and roles of interest.
Chicago Booth Resume Database for Alumni and Part-Time Students
Alumni and Executive MBA students are eligible to participate in Chicago Booth's online resume database and resume referral service, which are actively marketed to our global network of corporate partners and search firms, connecting Chicago Booth talent with hiring managers and recruiters.
Contacts and Networking
Students and alumni can utilize the online Chicago Booth community directory to research and contact alumni and fellow students in various functions and industries.
Fisher Career Resource Center (CRC)
The Fisher Career Resource Center, located at Gleacher Center in Chicago, maintains a virtual collection of electronic career and job-related resources. Students and alumni can use the computer stations at Gleacher Center, as well as in London and Singapore, to access the wealth of online resources featuring company information, industry data, job opportunities, and news. Many of the online resources are also accessible remotely. Print collections, including career-related books and periodicals, are available at the three locations.
Through the CareerCast podcast series, students and alumni can hear experts discuss such topics as making an industry or functional career change, managing employees, crafting their story, and taking the entrepreneurial plunge. CareerCast also features success stories of Chicago Booth students and alumni.