Maximize your graduate school investment

As a graduate business student at DePaul, you have joined a large and diverse community that lends results-oriented career support to its members.

An invaluable asset of this community is the Kellstadt Career Management Center.  The career experts at the center provide you with in-depth resources and personal attention to guide you toward your destination.  As a DePaul MBA or M.S. student, you will want to take advantage of these resources early in your education to maximize your graduate school investment.

Through close relationships with employers and first-hand knowledge of industries, the Kellstadt Career Management Center can help you develop an action plan to reach your career goal.

 Have you said Hello to Handshake ​?
 The Kellstadt Career Management Center is pleased to introduce its new recruiting and career services platform, Handshake. Handshake is DePaul's hub for job and internship postings, career fair and event registration, mentor connections and more. 
Handshake requires login with Campus Connect, so if you can't recall your Campus Connect credentials, you'll want to connect with DePaul University Technology Support Center (TSC)

If you have tried to login with your Campus Connect credentials and the system doesn't recognize that you have an account, you can always sign up for a new account​ with us.
Email the CMC​ or call us at 312.362.8272 with questions or comments.

CMC Twitter Career Chats

Starting September 10th, join the CMC for weekly Twitter Career Chats held on Thursdays from 12:00 - 12:30 pm.

A Twitter chat​ is a conversation over Twitter using a unique hashtag surrounding a given topic. You're welcome to join in at any time! Just use the hashtag #KGSBcareerchat in your tweets.

Connect with us on Twitter @DePaulMBACareer.

​​Survey Shows Positive Job Outlook for AlumniKGSB Outcomes_Page_1.jpgKGSB Outcomes_Page_2.jpgClick on the image to download the report.

The results of DePaul University's Class of 2014 career outlook survey shows positive employment trends for Kellstadt Graduate School of Business alumni. Eighty-six percent of graduates who received their master's degree from the college are either employed or enrolled in continuing education.