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Career Services

When you enroll in an online master’s program at the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, dedicated career development professionals will guide you as you take your next giant leap.

The business school's career services office aims to develop career-ready students through coaching, training, and connections with alumni and target employers. Because the majority of our online students are working professionals, we build professional development plans that meet our students where they are in the careers, with the goal of getting them where they want to go. 

“We create an equitable experience for our online students, and coach students through how to negotiate and network in a virtual world. We can teach how to automate your networking, so you’re networking when you’re not networking.”

De’Neatria Robinson - Associate Director, Career Development, Online Programs


The Daniels School of Business’ industry-savvy career services staff specializes in career development at all stages of a student's career, from entry-level to experienced professional.

Here are some of the ways the career services office supports online students:


Resume Review: We provide high-level and detailed feedback for those that haven't updated their resumes in years, are making a formal resume for the first time, or just want a second opinion.

Skill Translation: We can help career changers translate transferable skills from their past experience.

Interview Support: Haven't been interviewed in a while or having issues making it past the phone screen? We provide interview prep best practices and mock interviews with staff with industry and hiring experience.

Networking: We coach students on traditional and modern ways to network locally and internationally to reduce the fear or misconceptions around growing one's professional community.

Developmental Coaching: We partner with students to craft strategies to amplify strengths, reduce threats to success, and point out opportunities for growth.

Connections: Our office creates online and in-person opportunities to meet employers and alumni. We can also connect entrepreneurial students with Purdue resources to kickstart or accelerate their business.

Workshops and Webinars: The career services office hosts live and on-demand workshops ranging from networking tips to utilizing AI to cultivate your career narrative.

LinkedIn Optimization: Whether someone is new to LinkedIn or has been using it for years, we help students optimize their profiles for their individual goals.

Negotiations and Offers: Take advantage of one-on-one consultations with coaches to discuss your approach to negotiating job offers.

International Job Search: Looking to explore international career opportunities? Our staff can help make that less intimidating through internal and external resources.

Post-Grad Support: Whether a student completed an online degree last week or years ago, they can still access career coaching that meets them where they are in their career.

Explore more resources provided to students by the Daniels School's career services office. 

Your next giant leap awaits.