Carroll School of Management

Undergraduate Career Resources

CSOM Advising Alumni Spotlight

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Talking to individuals who work in your desired field is one of the best ways to learn about that field and make connections that can help you get hired. Here is more information on those contacts (BC login required).

Career Pathways (By Concentration)

Career Assessments

Not sure where to start? Learn more about yourself by taking a career assessment. Click the links below to do so!

Career Pathways (by interest)

Let’s face it: When you were little and people asked you what you wanted to do when you grew up I’m guessing you didn't say “supply chain analyst.” You are more likely to be motivated by your interests than your academic discipline, so think about applying the skills you've learned into an industry or theme that interests you. What you studied does not have to come into play at all: Think big!

See below for examples of areas that people get excited about with links to information and opportunities. Don’t stop here though! You can find info about career opportunities related to your interests by starting with Google.

Any links to FirstHand (formerly Vault) guides will require BC login to download. You will see several links to Harvard University’s website because they have great content and potential places of employment listed.