Career development is a lifelong process. Are you leveraging the resources available to Wharton alumni to achieve your short- and long-term career goals? Whether you’re looking for a job, looking to recruit and hire, or looking for ways to enhance professional and personal development, Wharton has much to offer on your path to professional success. Please contact the appropriate alumni career services office to learn more about the resources below.
Counselors are available to Wharton MBA alumni to discuss job search strategies, career planning, career resources, and other related issues.
Online job boards allow you to identify and apply for job opportunities. You can also set up search agents to alert you when new jobs that meet your specified criteria are posted to the system.
Wharton MBA Career Management Jobs Board
University of Pennsylvania Jobs Board
BlueSteps.com is a premier career management service for senior-level executives. A membership ensures career-long exposure to the world’s leading retained executive search firms. Penn and Wharton have partnered with BlueSteps to provide you with a 30% discount on all lifetime BlueSteps memberships.
Are you seeking Wharton or Penn talent for a position? Find out how you can engage with current students, sign up for on-campus recruiting and much more.
MBA Career Management Recruiting Site
Penn Career Services and Wharton MBA Career Management provide Wharton alumni with a wide array of valuable resources and information during every stage of the job search, including resume and cover letter assistance, interview guides, research information, and networking opportunities.
If you or your company has internship, full-time, or advanced level hiring needs, be sure to visit the MBA Career Management Recruiting site to leverage resources such as the Wharton MBA Job Board, where you can advertise positions to 1600+ current Wharton students and thousands of alumni who subscribe, and the Wharton MBA and Alumni Resume Books.
Employers can post a job or internship that is targeted to Penn students and alumni for free through Handshake.