You’re here to gain foundational skills, broaden your perspectives and launch a new career. At Kelley, we start thinking about your career even before you arrive on campus—guiding you through a series of online exercises to help you better understand who you are now, who you want to become and how to get there. The result? When you meet recruiters even in the first weeks of the MBA program, you will be ready with a powerful resume and a powerful story—your own.
You bring the talent and determination. We help you put it to work.
Find your personal brand with Me, Inc.
During on-campus orientation, you’ll dive into career development and team-building activities, highlighted by our innovative Me, Inc. workshop. You’ll work to understand the careers and functions that best fit your strengths, experiences and goals, meeting one-on-one with career coaches—preparing to launch your internship search, learning how to conduct formal after-action reviews and focusing on networking.
Prepare to impress.
Throughout the MBA program, you’ll find ample opportunities to meet, connect and establish relationships with recruiters from top firms. Your Academy director, career coach and your peers all work together in Kelley’s collaborative culture to connect you to the networks that will help you most. And, with more than 120,000 living Kelley alumni—the largest business school alumni network in the world—you’ll have a powerful network of Kelley professionals willing to guide you on your career path.
At Kelley, career preparation is about more than your next two years—these are skills for a lifetime of success.
Network with Confidence
As a Kelley Full-Time MBA student, you'll learn to build stronger relationships with people who can help you in your career.
From your first week of classes, you'll regularly network with recruiters from top companies—a valuable opportunity to make lasting professional connections and develop a powerful brand story.
#1 student satisfaction
Bloomberg Businessweek, 2016
100% internship rate for first-year students
internship rate for first-year students
#3 in the world for career services
Financial Times, 2020
in the world for career services