Calendar of Events
- Part 1, LinkedIn: Getting Set Up for Success
- Sep 23 2014 12:00PM
- iRelaunch Conference
- Oct 01 2014 09:00AM
- Alumni Academy: Leadership: Impacting the 'Drift'
- Oct 17 2014 12:00PM
- Part 2, LinkedIn: Advanced Techniques that Bring Results
- Oct 22 2014 12:00PM
- Experienced Hire Information Exchange
- Nov 06 2014 06:45PM
Career Services FAQ
Here are the most frequently asked questions by alumni.
Yes. Alumni Career Services is available to meet with all alumni of the Business School at no charge for two sessions per year; one advising and one follow-up session.
To set up an appointment, please contact our Careers department at email@example.com. If you would like to establish an ongoing coaching arrangement, please visit the list of referred career and executive coaches on the Alumni Website within the Careers section.
If you are having trouble logging in, you may need to close and restart your browser. If you are still having trouble, please contact Alumni Relations at 212-854-8815 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for an upcoming event, please log on to the Alumni website and click on the “Details” link found to the left of the event title within the Calendar section. If registration or payment is required for the event, follow the registration link to submit your payment online.
If you still have difficulties registering, you can also contact us directly at email@example.com or 212-854-8815.
No. You will only need your alumni Lifetime user ID and password. If you do not know what your username or password is, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be prepared to provide your full name, program you graduated from and your graduation year.
The jobs posted on the Alumni website are specifically for Columbia Business School alumni seeking experienced level opportunities and are housed in a centralized database within the Experienced-Hire Talent Portal. Click on “Off Campus Jobs” and “Job Postings.” You will be able to search for specific postings, save jobs, manage your profile, and update your résumé.
Columbia Business School utilizes a free, on-line job board that you can use to publicize any job opportunities you may have year-round, at any level and for any market. In addition to our current MBA and Executive MBA students, our global alumni base of over 41,000 graduates also accesses this board for job opportunities. To access the Job board, which is part of our overall recruiting system called COIN (Career Online Information Network), use the following link: www.gsb.columbia.edu/jobpost
The first time you post on COIN, you’ll need to create an account. Select your own username and password and complete the company and contact profiles. You will then be able to post a job using the “Post A New Job” link in the Job Postings section of your homepage. This will open a posting form that will enable you to target the opportunity by using a combination of check-boxes, drop-down menus and text boxes. Please make sure to select the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page when finished.
The job posting will then remain pending until it is reviewed and approved by our office (within 24 hours), after which it will be viewable to candidates. You can manage your job postings at any time (including expiring or refreshing) by logging back into COIN using your username and password.
A variety of career resources are available for alumni, including an alumni database for networking, individual career counseling, career events and newsletters, and comprehensive job search tools; such as Hoovers and First Research.
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