Welcome to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business Career Community!

We’re located in one of the fastest-growing metro areas for business in the country, and we build our curriculum with a focus on meeting the needs of the corporate community. Ryan College of Business Professionalism courses will introduce you to career planning and career counselors from the beginning of your academic program. Faculty in your major work closely with the career center to help you find internships and present yourself successfully. Corporate leaders and mid-career professionals speak in your classes, conduct workshops, and serve as mentors.

When you enter the Business Leadership Building on the ground floor, you’ll see the Career Resource Center on your right. This satellite center houses staff offices, interview rooms, a classroom and reference materials. We intentionally chose this location to remind you to focus on your future. Our goal is to connect you to the career you seek, and our partnership with the Career Center helps make that happen.

Marilyn K. Wiley, CFA, PhD, Dean and Professor of Finance

Services Offered by the Career Resource Center

Welcome to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business Career Resource Center website. Our staff focuses on the six-thousand plus students in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business and our main focus is assisting students by acting as a bridge for students to access the world beyond the University; especially as it relates to career planning and job searching. (About the Career Resource Center.) Our office engages students through one-on-one interaction as well as working directly with employers who are seeking highly qualified candidates. (Recruiting opportunities for employers.) Students may take advantage of our drop-in hours or set up an appointment with one of our staff members for career coaching. (Connect with the Career Resource Center.) We also offer online resources accessible 24/7.

Go Mean Green!
Dr. Brian Hirsch, Senior Associate Director
G. Brint Ryan College of Business Career Resource Center