Drop-In Career Advising

Stop by Career Services (1033 BIF) to have your quick questions answered, receive a resume review or discuss on offer you have received.

Spring  2022 Drop-In Advising Hours:

January 24th-February 18th, 2022

Monday- Friday, 1pm - 4pm

Meet with a Career Advisor

Our team offers scheduled appointments available in-person, by phone or virtually to assist you with a broad range of career management skills and activities, such a job search, resume reviews, interview prep, career exploration and more!

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Ask a Career Advisor

Have a quick question about your resume, about a job application, Handshake, or anything else?  Just message us! The career services team will get back to you in 1-2 business days.

(Available to current, residential students only)

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Consulting Case Training

Our team of Consulting Case Interview Coaches are undergraduate students who have successfully recruited and placed at premier consulting firms. The coaches will work with you to familiarize you with the case style, mechanics, and overall problem solving skills.


    Business Career Services is committed to assisting students with making connections between their academic experience and career paths. We provide career-related advising, resources, and programs to help individuals discover their interests, values, and skills, explore careers and majors, develop skills through internships and experiential opportunities, and pursue their post-graduate goals.


    Knowing the potential paths is a key first step. Career exploration includes both the ability to identify and research potential career paths, and to thoroughly investigate specific positions. Through EXPLORE programming, students discover career options within the various business disciplines.


    Telling your story is an art. Being able to write and speak with impact so others will see the value is critical. This insight is valuable as you develop skills in other career stages; explore career options that are a good fit, interview effectively, and develop your professional identity and professional brand. PREPARE programming focuses on personal branding.


    Relationships are essential for a good life, a good career, and a successful business. In ENGAGE programming, students learn how to build their network by participating in events with alumni and organizations. These networking opportunities occur both at Gies and off-campus as students visit organizations.