They say you can judge a person by the company they keep. These are just a few of the organizations that seek out UCLA Anderson when they need the perfect fit.
Whether seeking a summer internship or permanent employment, our students fan out across industries. From apparel to venture capital to computer hardware, our students and graduates are transforming the world around them with the principles of UCLA Anderson's culture.
Check out a more in depth breakdown with our annual employment data for the full-time Class of 2014 and summer internship Class of 2015.
Each advisor is aligned with a function or industry, but all are generalists. As a UCLA Anderson student, you can meet with any for personalized support on:
These occur throughout the year and feature Parker CMC advisors, second-year students, alumni and executives. Topics include:
During your first quarter, you will prepare for recruiting season with the Career Series course, taught by the associate director of career education and Parker CMC advisors with the help of the second-year teaching assistants.
The course covers:
This course taps the wisdom of your 70 section classmates, with expertise in every industry and function. The programming is a mix of lecture, practicum, small-group breakouts and individual advising.
First-year students, grouped by industry and functional interest, meet weekly in Anderson Career Teams (ACT) to review resumés, discuss industry trends, polish their networking and interviewing skills, meet with guest speakers, share contacts, and motivate each other throughout the summer internship search process. Groups are led by second-year ACT Coaches, who have successfully navigated the career search process. These 70+ volunteer coaches are selected and trained by the Parker CMC and hone their management skills through this leadership role.
Professional clubs, in collaboration with Parker CMC advisors, organize Day-on-the-Job events, which are onsite visits to companies worldwide. During the 2013-2014 school year, our students visited more than 50 companies in the following cities/regions: