The Darden Step: A Career Development Blog
Follow Michael Manson (MBA '14) as he blogs about his experiences at Darden in searching for a career. His goal is to provide a student perspective on Darden's career development services and resources.
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Videos on the Job Search Process
In the following videos, Second Year students talk about the job search process at Darden. They discuss resources of the Career Development Center, career-focused students clubs, how the academic experience prepared them for their summer internships and more.
Paul Rhynard (Class of 2012) talks about the reasons consulting firms value Darden's general management focus, how the case method prepares students for careers in consulting, resources of the Darden Career Development Center and the Second Year coaches career mentoring program.
Casey Bi (Class of 2012) talks about the job search process for students interested in careers in technology and West Coast recruiting opportunities. She discusses Darden technology classes, career search resources, job treks and the Darden Technology Club.
Jay Adoue (Class of 2012) talks about why marketing recruiters value Darden's general management focus, the benefits of the case method, off-Grounds recruiting, the Darden alumni network, resources of the Career Development Center and the Darden Marketing Club.
Jacqueline Wilde (Class of 2012) talks about why she decided to get her MBA at Darden knowing that she wanted to be an entrepreneur. She also discusses entrepreneurship courses, faculty, the Darden Business Incubator which allowed her to launch her own business, and more.
Vineet D'Souza (Class of 2012) talks about the job search process for students interested in finance careers. He discusses the finance curriculum and faculty, companies that recruit at Darden, the alumni network, the Darden Finance Club and resources available through the Career Development Center.