Carroll School of Management

Undergraduate Career Resources

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Career Advising Team


Make an appointment with any of them through Navigate. If you haven't used Navigate yet, here are instructions.

We also host drop-in hours Monday-Friday from 1-4pm. See who's available below.

Amy Donegan

Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Career Advising

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Drop-in hours:

Tuesday, 1-4pm

Drew Barksdale

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Advising

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Drop-in hours:

Wednesday, 1-4pm

Madeline Cortés

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Advising

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Drop-in hours:

Thursday, 1-4pm

Jess Hartley

Career Advisor

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Drop-in hours:

Monday, 1-4pm

Friday, 1-4pm


Looking for advice from a current student? The Peer Advisors are here to help! Visit their drop-in hours Monday-Thursday.


Senior CSOM 2022 Volunteers for Career Help (Responses)

Seniors on this list have offered to provide career advice and interview help. See if someone interned at a company where you'd like to be!


Check back for exciting events!

Career Assessments

Not sure where to start? Learn more about yourself by taking a career assessment.



CliftonStrengths for Students

Career Pathways (By Concentration)

Explore some of the fields below, based on your concentration or popular careers.

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 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.

Watch our YouTube Channel!

We've interviewed tons of alumni from all different industries. Learn about their career paths.

Resumes, cover letters, and interviews

Get ready to put your best foot forward.

Job/Internship Search Tools

See the resources below for tips on the job search and networking.


Networking is essential to getting your application picked from a sea of candidates. Making the right connections will help you learn about the industry, gain clarity on your career goals, and help you get ahead in the recruiting process. See the tools and links below to learn how to network.

How to Find Jobs & Internships

Sophomore Internship Resources

We know a lot of sophomores are feeling like this right now. See what notes and resources we have for you here.

On the Job Tips

Got the offer? Congrats! Read here for a few tips on how to make the most of the internship experience.

Covid-19 Resources