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Whether you need to develop a professional profile, connect with influencers in your industry, or prepare for your ideal internship or job, Carey Business School's Career Development Office team has resources to help.93.2 percentaccepted offers$108,931average base salary plus signing bonus29.3median age*Full-time MBA class of 2019, collected three months after graduation.
Career Development services during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Career Development Office continues to provide services for students, alumni, and employers while the university deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first priority remains the health and safety of our students and the greater community. We are doing everything within our power to support our constituents in this time.
Students and Alumni: Career coaches are available for consultation via Zoom, with phone capability if you have internet connectivity issues. Please use Handshake to schedule an appointment and use the Zoom link mentioned in Office Location to start your appointment.
Our team is in daily contact with employer partners and colleagues from other B-schools and attending industry webinars to keep up with the evolving landscape of recruiting. Here is a list of career & COVID-19-related resources we've compiled, with time-stamped updates (latest update: 5/8/2020).
Employers: The Career Development team remains committed to helping employers connect with Carey students who are still seeking jobs and summer internships and is accustomed to conducting business virtually.
Our team can also assist you in running virtual information sessions, recruiting sessions, or posting an internship or job for free on Handshake.
If you have any questions, please contact Carey.Careerdevelopment@jhu.edu.
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