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The Resume Book Database can be a targeted recruiting tool to source talent for specific hiring needs. Recruiters can pinpoint candidates in the online searcheable database by filtering profiles not only by industry and functional experience, but languages spoken, regional expertise, graduate degrees, undergraduate majors, keyword and other parameters.

Online Resume Book DatabasesAvailable
Class of 2014: Full time opportunities Currently Available
Class of 2015: Internship opportunities Currently Available
Experienced-Hire Talent Portal: Alumni and Executive MBAs for lateral hiringContinually

A Resume Book Database for Executive MBAs looking for entry-level MBA positions is available complimentary along with purchased resume books. For more information about Executive MBA opportunities, please contact Michael De Lucia.

For any questions regarding the Resume Book Databases, please contact Sean McGill. Purchase the resume book database.

Best Practices

  • Identify candidates to invite to events/presentations. Organizations that participate in on-campus recruiting will often reach out to students with specific backgrounds and experience.
  • Perform "under the radar" job searches. When confidentiality is key, resume databases offer a precise way to source candidates without posting opportunities on job boards.
  • Use keyword searches for competitor experience or skill sets. Using keywords allows you to scan all of the resumes in the resume database, so it is easy pull out candidates with specific qualifications (i.e., Argus, Series 63, etc.).
  • Source candidates for as-needed hiring throughout the year by accessing the Experienced-Hire Talent Portal.
  • Search by club affiliation to find industry and affinity groups. Find diversity and other desired candidates by diving into club membership.
  • Let candidates know you found them through the Columbia Business School resume database. This adds credibility to your outreach and lets the candidate know your organization has been approved by the Career Management Center.
  • Select the resumes you like and batch print for team review. Easy to use features within the resume database show you who you have already viewed, and also allow you to save and print PDF versions of groups of candidates.

Club Resume Books

Several student clubs also prepare resume books, which are useful for identifying candidates with specific interests and skills. For more information, contact the Office of Student Affairs at (212) 854-5563 or reach out to the student clubs directly.


Submit Requests for On Campus Recruiting

We are now accepting requests for 2014-2015 On Campus Interviews and Presentations.

Review key dates and policies here.

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Contact your account manager or the CMC with any questions.

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Career Forum

If you are new to recruiting at Columbia Business School you may want to consider participating in the CMC's Career Forum

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You can participate in a Career Forum in lieu of a standalone corporate presentation if you are interviewing on-campus for full-time or internship positions. It offers firms an opportunity to meet many students in an informal and interactive "career fair-style" setting prior to application deadlines.

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Hiring Internationally?

It’s easier than you might think to hire international students in the United States. The CMC has created a guide to help you through the process.

Read the Guide >

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2013 Employment Report

Learn more about the diverse career paths of our MBA students.


Experienced-Level Recruiting

Target a diverse group of professionals with 5-10 years or experience or more.

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Masters of Science Recruiting

Connect with students who are focused on either Financial Economics or Marketing.

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2014-15 Recruiters Guide

Review our 2014-2015 on-campus recruiting policies.


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