USC Marshall Undergraduate Career Services offers one-on-one counseling meetings for accounting and business majors. Students meet with career advisors for guidance on a variety of topics – including career exploration, cover letters and resumes, networking, informational interviews, and building a career development plan. As you decide on potential career paths, career advisors can help you build a recruitment strategy by discussing internship/job-search resources, preparing for career fairs and recruiter receptions, and practicing successful interview techniques. Appointments with advisors are made directly online via the Marshall Career Source.
Additional advising appointments are available on a walk-in basis during the Fall 2018 semester in JFF 201 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM and Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Onma Lwin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Career Services Director
Kira Dalton (email@example.com)
Gerald Corporal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Career Services Advisor
Lauren Olson (email@example.com)
Career Services Advisor
Lisa Luna (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Career Services Advisor, Communication & Reporting Specialist
Marshall Career Source
Business majors and minors have exclusive access to Marshall Career Source, our main portal which houses our resources, job board, and event registration. Marshall Career Source includes a resource library of helpful handouts and presentations, and a networking tool called Marshall Career Network. During the academic year, our weekly Marshall Career Source Newsletter goes out every Thursday.
Students can also sign up for functional interest lists. Employers often use these lists to target and recruit students for their internship and full-time opportunities. You can sign up for as many as you would like:
- Investment Banking
- IT, Operations, and Data Analytics
- Management, Human Resources and Other Functions
- Marketing, Sales and Business Development
- Media and Entertainment
- Real Estate
Marshall Career Source is available 24/7. Instructional videos can be found here. Please note that some programs and services may only be available for accounting and business majors.
Career Programs and Events
Every year, Undergraduate Career Services offers several signature programs that help you explore your career options, connect with working professionals, or begin executing your career strategy:
- Career Advantage Program
- Marshall Career Conference
- Marshall Recruiter Reception
- Resume Book: information and instructions will be emailed to you
- Career Workshops: on Marshall Career Source, click the “Events” tab for listing of workshops)
Throughout the year, we also offer several other events based on student needs and industry trends. We collaborate with Marshall student organizations to provide industry-specific workshops, panels, and treks. Further information on these opportunities are made available on our weekly Marshall Career Source newsletter and our functional interest lists.
Recruiting and Interviewing
USC Marshall is a target school for many companies of all sizes, functions, and geographic locations. By participating in our programs and leveraging a strong Trojan network of alumni, faculty, and corporate partners, we successfully connect Marshall students locally, nationally, and globally. The more you engage with our office, the better positioned you become in securing your post-graduation goals.