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Take your career to the next level. The Career Management Center is a place you will become familiar with, fast. The CMC offers strategies and resources for MBA and EMBA students to help with short- and long-term career development. The Columbia Career Network gives students the opportunity to leverage the School's network — including alumni, professors, administrators, and
others dedicated to the career education of our students. Our NYC location makes connecting with recruiters and companies seamless, giving our students the edge that can make all the difference. In 2012, 96 percent of our graduating class received job offers within three months of graduation.
Career Management Center
The mission of the Career Management Center is to consult with students in their job search, teach lifelong career management skills, offer access to career resources and opportunities, and facilitate introductions between students and recruiters.
EMBA Career Management
Find tools that will help you kickstart your career as a Columbia Business School graduate
Each year, the CMC coordinates hundreds of opportunities to network and interview with potential employers. From coffee chats with recruiters to corporate presentations to events with student clubs and company visits, you will have ample opportunity to get your foot in the door, whatever your area of interest.
For certain industries, interviews for internship and full-time positions take place here in Uris as part of On-Campus Recruiting, a structured series of events with their own set of policies for both recruiters and students. Whatever path you take to obtain your job, rest assured that the CMC will be here to help you every step of the way.
Connect with Alumni
One of the key advantages to getting your MBA at Columbia Business School is our extensive alumni network, made up of senior leaders in a range of industries around the globe. Not only is our network more than 40,000 strong, it's remarkably accessible.
Many alumni have volunteered to actively participate in the Columbia Career Network as guest speakers, networking event attendees, and career mentors. Use our convenient alumni search tool to find one.