BUSINESS CAREER SERVICES CENTER

BUSINESS CAREER SERVICES CENTER (BCSC)

The BCSC assists all School of Business Students in their pursuit of career-relevant internships and full-time positions.

KU CAREER CONNECTIONS


KU Career Connections is students' one-stop shop for internship and full-time job postings. Students can upload their resumes, schedule interviews with recruiters and view a calendar of career events.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT


Scheduling an appointment has never been easier! Students can now schedule appointments through the myKU portal. 

HIRE KU STUDENTS


One of the main goals of the Business Career Services Center is to help employers find exceedingly-qualified students in as little time as possible. From posting positions to facilitating the interview process, our job is to make yours easier.

CAREER FAIRS AND EVENTS


The Business Career Services Center offers many workshops and activities to assist students with their career planning and development.

CAREER RESOURCES


Vault provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work in an industry, company or profession—and how to position yourself to land that job. Free access to Vault Gold.

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Job Choices—Get job-search advice and find information on employers interested in hiring recent college graduates: resume and interview tips, links to employer websites, and more.

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Top candidates rely on Wetfeet’s award-winning website for the most comprehensive company research and career-related information to help them make better career decisions, as well as for the latest job opportunities.

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KU Career Connections
Contact Us

Business Career Services Center 
1300 Sunnyside Ave. 
Summerfield Hall 
Room 125 
Lawrence, KS 66045 
785-864-5591 
bcsc@ku.edu

BCSC Workshops & Events
Jan 27
Interactive Resume Workshop
01:00 pm
Jan 29
Coffee with a Career Coach
10:00 am
Feb 02
Resumania
11:00 am
View events: Upcoming
Report Your Post-Graduation Plans

The Business Career Services Center tracks post-graduation plans for both undergraduate and graduate students.

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