We are your strategic partner throughout the recruiting process.
We take a true consultative approach and work closely with each firm to develop short- and long-term strategies with you to meet your immediate and strategic talent needs. We are your partner in recruiting, and we take time to get to know you through company and campus visits as well as ongoing dialogue throughout the calendar year.
We help you build a strategic brand on campus by ensuring you interact with our students – a recruiting strategy that enhances your firm’s visibility, highlights your employment opportunities, and enables you to preview exceptional talent.
Let’s get started. If you are interested in recruiting USC Marshall Graduate students, please contact one of our Global Sector Leads based on your industry:
Global Sector Leads:
Lori Babigian (Lori.Babigian@marshall.usc.edu)
Automotive, Energy, Entrepreneurship, E-Commerce, Industrial, Consumer Products, Healthcare, Retail, Hospitality and Technology
Peter Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Entertainment, Interactive Gaming, Media, Social Impact and Sports
Marina Mesin (email@example.com)
Financial Services, Real Estate
Jack Ringquist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Extending Job Offers
While we do not restrict when employers may extend job offers, employers are encouraged to communicate decisions to candidates within a reasonable period of time and we suggest the following student-decision deadlines to allow the student to participate in on-campus recruiting and to make an informed decision that is in the best interest of both the student and the employer.
Fall Full-time or Internship Offers: It is common for students to receive a full-time offer at the end of a summer internship or early September. For full-time or internship offers made in the fall, we suggest giving the student until December 1st or a minimum of three to four weeks after an offer is made to make their decision to accept or decline an offer.
Spring Full-time or Internship Offers: For companies interviewing in the spring semester, we recommend giving the student until March 1st or a minimum of three to four weeks after an offer is made during the spring term.
Offer and Hiring Information
It is essential that USC Marshall School of Business receive offer and relevant employment data of newly hired students in a timely manner. Employers are asked to report all hiring data to each global sector lead or by email to email@example.com
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.