DEAN GEOFFREY GARRET was in Jakarta to memorialize two $1M scholarships for Indonesian students aspiring to enroll in the IBEAR program at USC Marshall.
The Marshall Corporate Partners Program provides our valued employers with the opportunity to enhance their visibility among Marshall’s most talented students. We have designed partner sponsorship packages to meet a variety of employer needs.
EMAIL to discuss which package best meets your hiring needs.
THE TROJAN NETWORK
Dean's Dialogue: Kevin Aluwi (02/23/2021)
The Rise of the Super App: In the latest Dean’s Dialogue, Geoff Garrett speaks with Kevin Aluwi ’09, co-founder of Gojek, Indonesia’s biggest technology platform.
Dean's Dialogue: A Conversation with Marc Benioff
Dean Geoff Garrett sat down with Marshall alum Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, to discuss everything from the great post-pandemic re-set to new ways of managing, to the importance of planting trees.
Marshall Alumni Represent in 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30
Marshall graduates demonstrate their startup savvy in annual list of young entrepreneurs.
Dean's Dialogue: The Future of Investment (03/14/2022)
Investment leaders Cathie Wood of Ark Investment, Jackie Reses of Luna Financial Group and Amy Diamond, USC Chief Investment Officer discuss the future of the industry.
GIVING + SUPPORT
Areas of greatest need, from student resources to research initiatives, rely on the generosity of the USC Marshall Trojan Family. Your gift will help the next generation of business and accounting leaders. Consider your many options to give with USC.
When you invest in The Marshall Fund or The Leventhal Fund you ensure that your contribution, big or small, supports the fundamental infrastructure of the Marshall School of Business or Leventhal School of Accounting and fortifies our overall mission.
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 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.
RECRUITING GRADUATE STUDENTS
KEY RECRUITING EVENTS + CALENDAR
2022-23 RECRUITMENT GUIDE
The Recruitment Guide is intended to facilitate the interaction between recruiters, Graduate Career Services employer relations staff, and graduate program students seeking full-time and internship opportunities. The guide outlines the various engagement opportunities available to recruiters seeking USC Marshall MBA and Specialized Master's talent.
Lori Babigian | EMAIL
E-Commerce, Entertainment, Hospitality, Education, Government, Non-Profit, Retail, Social Impact, Sports, Start ups, Technology and Telecom
Reza Kibria | EMAIL
Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics
Marina Mesin | EMAIL
Financial Services, Fintech, Private Equity, Venture capital, Real Estate
Jack Ringquist | EMAIL
Consulting, Corporate Strategy
RECRUITING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
2022-23 UNDERGRADUATE RECRUITER HANDBOOK
For an overview of our undergraduate student community, including demographics, job placement, and starting salaries, please review our 2022-23 UNDERGRADUATE RECRUITER HANDBOOK.
Participation in our career events allows your organization to gain greater visibility across the Marshall student population.
Please contact the USC Career Center for more information.
STUDENT + ALUMNI ORGANIZATIONS
The USC Marshall Alumni Association offers opportunities for its more than 90,000 business/accounting alumni across the globe to stay in touch with each other, the School, and the USC Trojan Family.
Career-changing experiences start here. Explore opportunities to develop the skills that can take you and your company to the next level.
Marshall Executive Education delivers open-enrollment short courses and custom programs in humanistic leadership, strategy, communication, finance, innovation and more for a diverse group of business professionals and companies in a variety of industries.
USC Alumni Association
The USC Alumni Association’s mission is to support the overall advancement of the University of Southern California by engaging all alumni for life, building a culture of philanthropy among the Trojan Family, and being the representative voice for all USC alumni.
The dedicated USC Marshall Undergraduate Career Services team of seasoned career professionals, provide specialized career development programs and services to all Marshall business majors. The team draws upon a wide range of experience across industries and functions to help students with coaching and guidance on career exploration, skill building, strategic career planning and employment negotiations.
Student Organizations and Leadership Development
The Marshall School of Business recognizes the importance of involvement in student organizations to build leadership, encourage teamwork, and sharpen networking skills. Marshall Recognized Student Organizations (MRSOs) are undergraduate student organizations recognized by Marshall who have access to exclusive resources and support from the Marshall Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs office.
Participation in case competitions allows select Marshall students to apply theories that are learned in the classroom to real world business scenarios. Not only do students work under pressure to simulate many work environments, they also sharpen their presentation skills by presenting their findings to a panel of industry professionals and academics.