Alumni Career Services

Alumni Career Services offers a comprehensive set of resources to support UCLA Anderson alumni career development. No matter what stage you are in your career, take advantage of the benefits exclusive to UCLA Anderson alumni to ensure your continued professional success.

Events & Webinars

Career Coaching

Job Postings

Career Resources

Access may require an alumni login. User ID: FirstName LastName. Password: Last 4-digits of SSN or 9-digit student ID number.

 

Events & Webinars

 
20
FEB
SF South Bay Happy Hour
Mountain View, CA
22
FEB
Orange County Career Networking Lunch
Newport Beach, CA

LinkedIn: What’s New in 2019 and What You Need to Know

LinkedIn (now owned by Microsoft) has ~600 million members globally and has become far more than just a social networking platform for business professionals.Ross Henderson '93, LinkedIn’s Enterprise Relationship Manager, discusses the features most important to UCLA Anderson alumni during their job search—and how to use LinkedIn to further their careers. Ross shares best practices on how to be discovered by recruiters and discuss ways to find meaningful business connections even when not searching for a new position.
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Career Coaching

 

Get personalized, one-on-one coaching on all aspects—and in all phases—of your career from career coaches who specialize in working with the MBA alumni population.

David Cooley

Director, Alumni Career Services

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Elissa Harris ('00)

Career Coach

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Job Postings

 

Ready to make a move or want to Hire Anderson? Search job postings or post job openings accessible only by UCLA Anderson alumni.

 

Career Resources

 

Explore our best practice advice and leverage our toolkits on how to excel in the job search process and on the job.

Research

Research the marketplace to identify job opportunities, build a target companies list and learn about your target areas of interest.

Resume & Cover Letters

Communicate your career narrative in a targeted, accomplishment-focused and visually appealing way. 
 

Networking

Develop your narrative and a networking action plan to create, build and maintain relationships for your career development or job transition.

Interviewing

Gain insights on effectively communicating your value and ability to contribute to your target employer. 
 

Negotiating

Learn how to manage, evaluate, negotiate and accept (or decline) offers. 
 

Career Advancement

Excel in your current role or advance to the next step by proactively managing your career.

Career Transition

Understand your skills and interests to identify target roles and position yourself effectively in the job search.