Lally MBA/M.S. Career Resources for Employers
Rensselaer Lally School of Management students attract large global employers but also small, innovative technology companies including those in the fields of venture capital and finance. Goldman Sachs, Barclays, Saint-Gobain, Boeing, Microsoft, and Google are just a few of the household names that have employed our graduates over the last few years. Our institutional relationships with partners like IBM and GE go back even further.
Whether you are seeking full-time employees or skilled interns, the Lally School’s MBA/M.S. Career Resources office can help you. With students well-versed in such diverse fields as general management, financial analysis, investments, new product marketing and development, and advanced data modeling, you’ll find a solution to your talent needs with us.
Hiring a Rensselaer Lally School of Management graduate for a full-time opportunity can be a part of your regular hiring cycle or it can be an opportunistic event. Please contact Mike Breslin to advance your opportunity with our students.
Hiring International Students
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Internships are an invaluable part of the Lally School education and we welcome the opportunity to partner with you and your enterprise. We look specifically for internship opportunities that reinforce our classroom learning and allow for effective learning outcomes to be measured.
How to Connect with Our Students
Opportunities for you to speak directly with students from our different degree programs can be scheduled with Mike Breslin, assistant director of the MBA/M.S. Career Resources office (firstname.lastname@example.org). We can also provide complete or customized resume books for specific skill sets and post open jobs/set up an employer account for the Rensselaer Job Board.
The MBA/M.S. Career Resources office adheres to all applicable state and federal laws and regulations that govern and apply to student employment, including but not limited to, the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Equal Employment Opportunity Act.