by. Tharun Boggala, UCLA School of Management, Class of 2022Connect on Linkedin Little did I know then that my own tweet would perfectly sum up my MBA application journey. 2015-16 (Application Cycle 1) I had just switched jobs within the automobile industry after working for 3 years out of college, only to realize that I...
Each year, we survey our candidate user base to learn more about their recruiting experiences and share some of the insights we’ve learned with our audience here. The 2019-2020 recruiting season was one of the most unusual in our survey’s history, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing massive disruption of normal recruiting processes and creating an...Continue reading
Last month, we published an article on Virtual Recruiting: Candidate Best Practices and COVID-19: Virtual Recruiting. In light of recent rises of work-from-home policies and transitions to online education for those pursing degrees, we’ve received interest in an overview on – what constitutes a virtual recruiting event and how to prepare for them. This article...Continue reading
Now that your team has transitioned out of the corporate office and into the home office, you’re settling in and preparing for what virtual recruiting actually looks like for your team. Virtual events, interviews, conferences and sign-ups are all swimming in your mind and it can be hard to think about how your team is...Continue reading
Virtual recruiting – or the process of finding, applying, and interviewing for jobs through online digital platforms – has been an increasingly valuable supplement to in-person, on-campus recruiting activities over the last several years. But with the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak causing shelter-in-place orders and mass event cancellations, virtual recruiting has quickly become the only feasible...
This following blog post was written by Adam Miller, a full-time MBA Candidate at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. Adam is the founder, host, and executive producer of The MBA Candidate Podcast, a radio show on iTunes that inspires people like you to apply to your dream school. After having interviewed more...Continue reading
by Al Dea, MBASchooled After countless presentations, happy hours, informational interviews, and cover letters, MBA internship interview season is finally here! The process for interviewing for your internship is both exciting and stressful. I know this personally, as an MBA graduate who had to navigate this process, but also because I talked with hundreds of...Continue reading
Nearly 120,000 international students enrolled in American universities for graduate studies in 2018-19, according to the Institute of International Education, joining another 250,000 international students already engaged in studies. For many, if not most, this experience can be filled with both excitement at the prospect of earning their degree at a highly regarded international institution, and...Continue reading
In analyzing how demand for technological know-how is changing across a variety of functional roles, we found a new language of recruiting. Read this report to find out how employers have higher technical requirements in nearly all functions – and how job titles are changing to reflect this new reality. For this report, we wanted...Continue reading
Should you go to the NBMBAA Conference? While the National Black MBA Associate (NBMBAA) does offer a FAQs page, the answers provide little insight on whether you should actually attend the Career Fair that typically takes place the last week in September every year. So, here is some guidance. Who can attend the conference? While...Continue reading