Lubar Career Services offers a high level of individualized service to meet the evolving career needs of students in our MBA and MS in Management programs. We see your needs as unique, and bring an individualized approach to helping you create a career strategy that results in success.

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  • Search and apply for on and off-campus jobs and internships
  • Create job alerts to be notified of positions matching your preferences
  • Attend virtual career fairs and career-related events
  • Showcase your accomplishments in your profile to attract employers
Career Center
Lubar Hall N203

Drop-In Advising:
Mondays-Thursdays 1pm – 3pm

Office Hours:
Mondays-Thursday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Fridays 8:30am – 3:00pm

Lubar Career Center Resources for Graduate Students

Meet with a Career Advisor

Our staff of career professionals is available for one-on-one meetings to help you think through how your interests, strengths, and goals relate to your next career move. Drop-in advising is available Mondays-Thursdays 1pm-3pm OR schedule an appointment.

Reservable Interview Rooms

Talented Lubar graduates are always in high demand. For a quiet space, you may reserve an interview room for a phone call or virtual interview. A computer and webcam are available in each room.

Career Fair

A Business & Communications Career Fair is offered each semester with over 90 companies attending. Employers are interested in hiring a variety of business majors

Networking with Alumni

The Lubar College of Business Alumni Chapter holds regular events, including some designated specifically for networking with students. Our alumni are 40,000 strong and a great professional resource. Join Panthers Connect to network with alumni, find a mentor, or unlock opportunity

Entrepreneur Internship Program

If you’re wondering what it takes to build and grow a business, this is the internship program for you. Roll up your sleeves and work on a meaningful project over one semester — and get some “face time” with the entrepreneur who started the company. Learn more