Graduate Career Center

The Graduate Career Center offers you, the students and alumni of our MBA and MS programs, a solid pathway to expand your connections and identify new career opportunities. In short, we help you create a powerful and valuable network that stays with you throughout your entire career.

Lynne Sarikas, director of the Graduate Career Center, meets with John Cherry, MBA'14.

The Graduate Career Center works with employers to identify opportunities for full-time and corporate residency employment. Students and alumni can work with a career advisor to develop their job search strategy, review their resume and cover letters, refine their networking strategy and more. Through the Graduate Career Center students have access to valuable career search tools including Global Talent System, Vault's Career Insider, Hoovers and GoinGlobal to support their research and preparation.

"Lynne Sarikas and her team were huge assets as I began to explore my career options. Their insights into what makes each company unique were invaluable. As a result, I was able to connect with potential employers that not only aligned with my skill set but also my personality." Jonathan Griffin, MBA'14

Hours & Location

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312 Dodge Hall
Boston Campus
Northeastern University

Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 617.373.3003
Fax: 617.373.3257

D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Our Services

From career exploration to offer negotiations, we'll help you develop and execute a savvy career management plan.

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For Recruiters

Make sure you get in front of our talented, motivated students at our key recruiting opportunities and events.

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Global Talent System

Access GTS

All students and alumni have access to our powerful career management web portal, the Global Talent System.

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