Dean Geoffrey Garrett
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Teaching + Innovation
Experiential Learning Center
Open Expression Statement
BS Business Administration (BUAD)
BS Accounting (ACCT)
World Bachelor in Business (WBB)
BS Business of Cinematic Arts (BCA)
BS Artificial Intelligence for Business (BUAI)
Full-Time MBA (FTMBA)
Executive MBA (EMBA)
Part-Time MBA (MBA.PM)
International MBA (IBEAR)
Online MBA (OMBA)
MS Business Administration (MSBUSAD)
MS Business Analytics (MSBA)
MS Entrepreneurship + Innovation (MSEI)
MS Finance (MSF)
MS Global Supply Chain Management (MSGSCM)
MS Marketing (MSMKT)
MS Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE)
Master of Business for Veterans (MBV)
Master of Management Studies (MMS)
Master of Accounting (MAcc)
Master of Business Taxation (MBT)
Master of Business Taxation for Working Professionals (MBT.WP)
Data Sciences + Operations
Management + Organization
GC in Business Analytics
GC in Financial Analysis + Valuation
GC in Management Studies
GC in Marketing
GC in Optimization + Supply Chain Management
GC in Strategy + Management Consulting
GC in Sustainability + Business
GC in Technology Commercialization
GC in Library and Information Management – Online
Business Communication (BUCO)
Data Sciences and Operations (DSO)
Finance + Business Economics (FBE)
Leventhal School of Accounting (ACCT)
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (BAEP)
Management and Organization (MOR)
Institutes + Centers
Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute
Peter Arkley Institute for Risk Management
VanEck Digital Assets Initiative
Institute for Outlier Research in Business
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
USC Marshall Venture Fund
Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab
Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making
Center for Effective Organizations
Center for Global Innovation
Center for Investment Studies
Initiative on Digital Competition
Giving + Support
Alumni Engagement + Resources
Our mission is facilitating the interaction between employers and Marshall MBA and master's students seeking full-time and internship opportunities. We equip Marshall graduate candidates with the skills, knowledge and resources that inspire confidence to achieve career success. We build long-term relationships with employers to connect them with the talent needed to meet the challenges of today's marketplace.
Graduate Career Services look forward to working with you to discuss ways that we can connect you with our MBA and Specialized Master's student talent seeking employment opportunities.
If you are interested in recruiting USC Marshall Graduate students, please contact one of our Relationship Managers based on your industry:
Reza Kibria | EMAILAerospace/Defense, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics
Marina Mesin | EMAILFinancial Services, Fintech, Private Equity, Venture capital, Real Estate
Jack Ringquist | EMAILConsulting, Corporate Strategy
12Twenty Recruiting Platform
Our easy-to-use web portal extends your company’s presence across campus and beyond, allowing you to post jobs, identify the right candidates for your opportunities and set up interviews and on-campus recruiting events.
Marshall Graduate Clubs
USC Marshall Graduate Career Services partners with each student club to organize career education, on-campus and virtual networking events. Job postings and company events are also announced through Graduate Career Services and club newsletters. Your Relationship Manager can assist in connecting your firm with the desired organizations.
WAYS TO RECRUIT + CALENDAR
Ways to Recruit Marshall Talent
Scheduling Events/Company Presentations: You may submit event requests by preferred date(s) via 12Twenty. Our office will review requests as they are received and send a confirmation.
Marketing Support: USC Marshall Graduate Career Services uses multiple marketing channels to promote employer job postings, company presentations, and other recruiting information that the company wants to share with students.
Need Further Assistance?
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.
TIPS + INFORMATION
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.
Hiring International Students
International students enrolled at USC generally hold an F-1 visa or J-1 visa. No paperwork is required for an employer who hires F-1 or J-1 students, except for the offer letter itself. All paperwork is handled by the students, the school, and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Also, there are no fees associated with hiring a student for Curricular, Academic, or Optional Practical Training.
MBA and Master's Programs Awarded STEM Designation
USC Marshall's full-time MBA and Master's programs (MS in Business Analytics, MS in Marketing, MS in Global Supply Chain Management and MS in Finance) have been officially designated STEM programs by the US Department of Homeland Security, reflecting the integration of technology and data analytics into the business school curriculum.
Is it illegal to hire international students because they do not have a green card?
No. Federal regulations permit the employment of international students on F-1 and J-1 visas within certain limits. These visas allow students to work in jobs related to their concentrations during their studies or after graduation during a period Optional Practical Training (OPT).
What does it mean to hire STEM international students?
F-1 students who graduated with a USC Marshall business graduate degree with a STEM designation (FTMBA, MSF, MSBA, MSGSCM) may be eligible for an additional 24-month extension of their F-1 Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization, resulting in up to 36 months of total work eligibility in the United States. These graduates can work for 3 years before they will require employer sponsorship. There is no cost to the employer during the OPT period. For more information”
Do international students need work authorization before I can hire them?
International students must have work authorization before they begin actual employment, but not before they are offered employment. Many F-1 students will be in the process of obtaining work authorization while they are interviewing for employment. Students can give employers a reasonable estimate of when they expect to receive work authorization.
Even if it’s legal to hire international students, won’t it cost a lot of money and involve a lot of paperwork?
No. The only cost to the employer hiring international students is the time and effort to interview and select the best candidate for the job. The international student office handles the paperwork involved in securing the work authorization for F-1 and J-1 students. In fact, a company may save money by hiring international students because many of them are exempt from Social Security (FICA) and Medicare tax requirements.
USC Marshall Graduate Career Services Center630 Childs Way — JKP 310Los Angeles, CA 90089-2633
Phone: 213-740-0156Fax: 213-747-7263EMAIL Hours: Marshall Graduate Career Services Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am-6:00pm.