Find a Job

Graduate Career Services

Find A Job

Take advantage of the wealth of Career and Job Search Resources offered by the USC Marshall Graduate Career Services Center, including My Career Services Online (MCSO), the main portal for students to access on-campus recruiting, job postings announcements and our extensive library of online resources, comprehensive Interview Questions Guidecover letter and resume templates, interview preparation rubricoffer/acceptance decision matrixnegotiation guidelines, LinkedIn Tips and a Networking guide. Also available are resume templates for the Specialized Master's students: MS Business Analytics Resume Template MS Finance Resume Template ,MS Marketing Resume Template and MS Global Supply Chain Resume Template 

For MBA Candidates:

MCSO (powered by 12Twenty) is the recruiting system used to manage on campus interviews, company sponsored information sessions, and job postings.

For Masters Candidates:

MCSO (powered by 12Twenty) is the recruiting system used to manage on campus interviews, company sponsored information sessions, and job postings.

ConnectSC Obtain information on jobs, employers, career center services, workshops, events, programs, employer Trojan Talks, and other topics of interest.

Information Sessions

Companies host information sessions to enhance their visibility on campus and to preview the quality of Marshall’s talent. So, make a good impression. Conduct advance research. Dress professionally. And practice your networking skills.

On-Campus Interviews

Employers that are coming to campus will post their positions in MCSO. Follow the directions to apply.

Employers select candidates to fill their interview schedule, and you’ll be notified via e-mail. Interviews are held at the Marshall Graduate Career Services Center, JKP Hall, room 310.

Job Postings

The jobs posted are screened by the Marshall Graduate Career Services Center, so they’re suitable for career-minded graduate students. To apply, follow the instructions and submit your application, cover letter and other requested materials.

Resume Books

Marshall publishes résumé books for employers. Employers use résumé books to evaluate students. To be included, you must complete your up-to-date profile and upload a current résumé. Online résumé books enable employers to conduct searches based on profile data and key words.

Other Job Boards

Extend yourself in the marketplace and check company websites and other job boards to maximize your opportunities, but don’t forget to work your network, and hit the pavement to identify the “hidden job market.”

All career resources are uploaded to MCSO portal for 24/7 access. In addition, selected resources are also available in print format in the Career Services Center lobby, Popovich Hall 310.

Graduate Career Services Policies and Guidelines

The Graduate Career Services Center seeks to maintain and enhance the reputation of the Marshall School of Business School and University of Southern California with our corporate partners and the community at large and ask our students to abide by recruiting policies and guidelines for professional conduct and Anti-Discrimination Policy.