The European Society supports all of its members, whether they are interested in careers in Europe, or are transitioning from European careers and are looking for opportunities in the U.S. Please refer to the following resources or contact your VP of Careers for questions and suggestions.
Resources for Europeans Transitioning to Careers in the U.S:
Visa Related Issues
Careers in Europe:
- Workmaze: complete guides to MBA recruitment in the top global companies worldwide. Very useful resources, updated in May and October every year. Please contact your VP of Careers for the login information or find it on the Darden Portal under Career Development)
- Going Global: A massive database with more than 10,000 international job openings and internship positions - including 5000 listings in cities across the United States. Also includes Going Global Career Guides. Each country segment has been developed by a local career specialist, and contains recommended web sites, detailed resource descriptions, insider tips and professional advice. (Must be accessed via the Darden VPN). link to U.S. Department of Labor H1B Disclosure Information so students can search on specific companies they are interested in
- Uniworld Directories of American firms operating in foreign countries
- Darden Library International Resources
International Career Search platforms linking MBA candidates, recruiters and business schools worldwide:
Week in London
LondonBound Job Trek
Each year Darden together with several US business schools organizes a job trek to London. The job trek focuses on three major areas: ‘Consulting’, ‘Finance’ and ‘Sports, Media & Entertainment’.Each participating company hosts a presentation and a networking session. In addition, there are several meetings with alumni. The job trek is an excellent opportunity to establish contacts and research job opportunities for the European offices of the participating companies.
Every year, we visit over 30 companies, such as: McKinsey, Bain, BCG, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Citi, Bank of America, JP Morgan and others.
More information will be available soon at: http://www.londonbound.info/. Please, feel free to reach out to Kathryn O'Neill
As Darden aims at improving its international presence, the London job trek goes a long way towards that goal.