Meet Darden’s Career Consultants

The Darden Career Development Center recently launched a new video series highlighting career consultants at Darden talking about career resources offered at the School, as well as advice about the job search process. A selection of videos is included below:

Darden’s Second Year Coaches & Student Career Clubs
Brendan Boler, a Darden career consultant for the areas of consulting, corporate strategy and development, talks about the one-on-one support offered by Darden’s Second Year Coaches, as well as the numerous career-focused student clubs:


Darden’s Second Year Coaches & Student Career Clubs

Darden’s Batten Venture Internship Program
Fred Drake, a Darden career consultant for the areas of general management, operations and entrepreneurship, talks about the Batten Venture Internship Program opportunity, which subsidizes summer internships for students interested in working at a venture capital, start-up or small-scale business organization:


Darden’s Batten Venture Internship Program

MBA Career Consulting at Darden
Jack Oakes, assistant dean for career development and a Darden career consultant for the areas of marketing, investment management, private wealth management and private equity, talks about how Darden’s smaller size compared to other top business schools allows for more personalized job search support:


MBA Career Consulting at Darden

Darden’s “Week on Wall Street” Job Trek
Ed Yu, a Darden career consultant for the areas of finance, investment banking and sales & trading, talks about the annual “Week on Wall Street” job trek for students interested in careers in investment banking:


Darden’s “Week on Wall Street” Job Trek

To watch all of the videos, visit the Meet Darden’s Career Consultants web page.

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2 Responses to Meet Darden’s Career Consultants

  1. I like the videos shared by you many thanks for sharing such a wonderful post with us….

  2. I was impressed when I visited the “week on wall street” trek. It was informative to students of all ages.

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