Career Advancement

Leverage Your Education with Graduate Career Services and Strategies

Keller Graduate School of Management students can greatly enhance their success in the marketplace by utilizing the tools and resources offered by the graduate Career Services team. The following services are designed to facilitate career development and help students take charge of their employment search:

A team of career experts, online tools and more, powered by CareerBuilder - We're dedicated to empowering our graduates with the skills and support they need to take their industry by storm, whether that means quickly moving up the ranks in their current career or advancing farther in a new one. Our new suite of career advancement services leverage online tools, personalized tips for professional success and gives our students access to individualized sessions with career strategists and coaches. All these services are designed to give current students who enroll a leg up as they push forward in achieving their goals. Learn more about our personalized career advancement support.

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Resumé Development - Once you have identified the title and the experience level (internship to executive) of the position you are pursuing, preparation of a targeted resumé is essential. Graduate Career Services offers resumé development assistance through individualized review or through the ResuméMaker application. Additional support is available for preparation of cover, thank you and position acceptance letters.

Interviewing - Being prepared for an interview is one of the most important steps to the entire interview process. Your preparation will educate you on the company, the position requirements, and identify your primary qualifications for the position. In addition, preparation will help build your self-confidence and improve your overall performance. You can schedule a mock interview with a career professional or develop interviewing strategies through the available graduate career services tools.

Networking Development - Making connections with personal and professional contacts should rank at the uppermost level of your career search process. Since a large number of open positions are not posted through public sources, your networks can open doors for you. Career Services hosts networking events and webinars to help you with career advancement, plus offers a variety of tools to learn more about the art of networking.

Career Advising - Whether you are transitioning from one industry to another, or preparing to take the next step in your career, connecting with graduate Career Services will help you to develop a strategy for your career plan.

Employer Connections - Meet employers who want to hire graduates just like you through career fairs or HireDeVry, our exclusive online job lead system.

  • Career Fairs - These limited invitation career fairs target DeVry University and Keller Graduate School students and alumni. Check with your local campus for details on the next virtual or on-campus career fair.
  • HireDeVry - This exclusive job site provides a unique opportunity for Keller Graduate School of Management students and alumni to streamline their employment search. With access to HireDeVry, you will be able to view announcements on upcoming events and career fairs, utilize the resource library, get answers to career-related questions in our blog, and connect with employers through the local and national job postings. To gain access to the HireDeVry website and nationwide job leads, please go to HireDeVry.

HireDeVry for Students and Alumni - HireDeVry is a national job lead database used by Keller graduate Career Services. HireDeVry provides Keller students and alumni with an interactive tool to connect with employers and to obtain job leads. Students have access to the many tools available to assist with their job search, including the resumé builder for creating a standout resumé to searching the events listing for job fairs in their area.

Webinars - A series of webinar workshops are in development to help you enhance your career search skills on topics like interviewing, social networking, career transitioning and leadership. For a current list of upcoming events, visit the announcement section of Hire DeVry.

Alumni Association - Students and Alumni of DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management are invited to network with alumni through the alumni association site or learn about alumni in various career paths through their success stories.

Possible Job Titles and Possible Employers of Keller Graduates - Through registrations on our alumni web site and a 2009 survey of our graduates, institutional data shows that Keller Graduate School of Management alumni can be found employed in a variety of industries including information technologies, government agencies, health care and financial services. Our graduates report they are working for companies like AT&T, Northrop Grumman, McDonalds USA, Sears Holdings and Boeing, with responsibilities and titles that include, but are not limited to: controller; director of business development/marketing/operations; financial analyst/consultant; general manager; project manager; project management director/engineer; vice president of human resources/customer experience/manufacturing/finance; and various other senior management and executive positions. Click here to view a comprehensive listing of reported job titles and employers of Keller Graduate School of Management alumni. Current Students and Recent Alumni: For more information on graduate Career Services visit the Career Services Portal.

For additional information on Career Services, contact your local Career Services office.

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