At the Beacom School of Business, we are committed to assisting students make connections between their academic experience and career paths. Students grow personally and professionally during their time on campus and we believe that career development begins the first day of classes.
The Career Success Center has career development services to support students every step of the way. We build relationships with alumni, employers and graduate schools to optimize internship, job and career opportunities. These partnerships assist students in developing co-curricular experiences that will help to ensure they are successful in their future pursuits.
Explore Career Services
Our Career Success Center has everything students need to find the perfect career, including:
- A dedicated center with a focus on individualized career coaching
- Access to Coyote Careers - an online job and internship system accessible only to our students and alumni
- On-site interview rooms in Beacom Hall
- Resumé and cover letter review
- Mock interviews, workshops and more
Events like career fairs, workshops and programs bring students and employers together to discuss a broad range of topics and trends. We facilitate many opportunities to make these connections such as:
- On-campus interviews with regional and national companies that recruit our business students every year
- Access to thousands of alumni contacts from all over the world
- Coyote Careers, our network of job and internship listings, connects students and alumni with employers in a variety of industries and locations throughout the world
Discover Your Career
Whether you are uncertain about your career or already know exactly what you want to do, the Career Success Center is here to help.
The center office is located in Beacom Hall, Room 103. Hours are 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday, unless otherwise posted. Walk-ins are welcome.
Stop by or email BeacomCSC@usd.edu to ask questions, schedule an appointment or to request that your name be added to receive the weekly “Biz Bulletin” which highlights internship and employment opportunities for admitted business students.
For more information on employment opportunities you can also visit Coyote Careers.