Career Services

Make Business Work for You

Turn Aspirations Into Reality

In the BBA program, you’ll explore multiple pathways until you discover your dream career. Then, we’ll help you go for it. Our Career Management Center is dedicated to helping you put your experiences and talents to work out in the job market. Our professional staff and career coaches will work tirelessly with you to assess your strengths and skills, prepare you for interviews, create a job search plan, and help you find right-fit opportunities. With the resources and network of Goizueta in your corner, you’ll have what you need to pursue your most lofty goals.
  • Students Employed

    (Class of 2018)
  • Average Base Salary

    (Class of 2018)
  • Students with Internships

    Paid or for credit (Class of 2018)

Stay On Track

Create Your Personal Brand

Create or update your résumé, Handshake profile, and other personal brand materials. Engage in career exploration and self-reflection.

Gain Experience

Join BBA clubs and get involved at Goizueta. This is a great way to build your network and develop important skills such as communication, leadership, teamwork.

Tips for Spring Admits

Complete Business Communications and Professional Development courses. Receive 1:1 career coaching through the BBA CMC and attend CMC programs, BBA club events, and company presentations across campus. Ask for help anytime in the BBA CMC.

Complete a Summer Internship

Start or continue to gain professional experience through an internship. This is an important part of the career exploration process. Remember to update your personal brand materials and stay connected with colleagues after your internship ends.

Expand Your Perspective

Participate in corporate leadership or diversity programs, complete summer coursework, or travel abroad to better understand yourself and the world around you.

Build Your Network

Create your target list of companies for internship and employment opportunities and begin identifying Goizueta alumni to contact.

Search for Internships

Apply for internships and participate in on-campus interviews.

Participate in Career Treks

Plan which career treks might be of interest to you to attend in the fall or spring.

International Student Workshop Series

International students should attend the International Student Workshop Series to learn about the job search process, CPT/OPT, and visa requirements.

Tips for Fall Admits

Complete Business Communications and Professional Development courses. Receive 1:1 career coaching through the BBA CMC and attend CMC programs, BBA club events, and company presentations across campus. Ask for help anytime in the BBA CMC.

Search for Internships

Continue to practice interviewing with Career Management Center coaches and apply for internships in the spring.

Attend the Spring Career Fair

Research companies attending the fair and be prepared to make a good impression. Dress professionally, bring an updated resume, and have your career goals defined.

Make a Backup Plan

Consider a volunteer experience or summer courses if you do not secure an internship. Ask for help anytime in the BBA CMC.

Complete a Summer Internship

Start or continue to gain professional experience through an internship. This is an important part of the career exploration process. Remember to update your personal brand materials and stay connected with colleagues after your internship ends.

Build Your Network

Continue networking in your desired industry. If applicable, build a target company list for your full-time job search and plan for fall.

Connect with the the BBA CMC

Ask for help anytime in the BBA CMC. We are available to assist you all year round.

Build Your Network

Build your network through on-campus recruiting, company-sponsored events, and BBA club activities.

Engage with Companies

Attend company presentations and on-campus interviews for full-time positions.

Participate in Career Treks

Plan what Career Trek might be of interest to you to attend in the fall or spring.

International Student Workshop Series

International students should attend the International Student Workshop Series to learn about the job search process, CPT/OPT, and visa requirements.

Apply for Full-time Positions

Continue to apply and interview for full-time positions, especially with companies who hire just in time. Use the "Book of Lists" and other Goizueta Business Library resources to identify new target companies. Apply for positions on Handshake and directly through company websites.

Engage Your Network

Follow up with networking contacts from fall semester and your previous internships and continue networking with alumni and companies.

Contact the BBA CMC

Stay in contact with the BBA CMC to modify your strategy. If you are not employed by graduation, the CMC team is available all summer to assist.

Top Hiring Companies

From the BBAs

Meet the Career Team

Outside of the Recruiting Manager, all BBA Career Management Center team members are student-facing with career coaching and advising responsibilities.

Experience Matters

The career numbers for our BBA students tell a pretty sweet story.