Student Discussing Career Options

Graduate Career Development Services

Building Your Skills, Confidence, and Connections

The Gabelli School’s portfolio of Graduate Career Development services is second to none. We provide comprehensive resources that can be combined to address your professional goals and objectives. We are here for you from the moment you begin your studies through graduation, helping you to: build the skills, knowledge, and confidence to choose your career path; identify the internships or job opportunities that will best suit your short- and long-term professional goals; and prepare you to present yourself in ways that focus on your unique abilities and the value they bring to prospective employers.

  • Location

    Graduate Career Development services is located within the Gabelli School of Business Student Success Center, 140 West 62nd Street, Suite 126.


    For general questions, call: (212) 636-7796 or email: [email protected]

    Please use CareerPath to schedule an appointment with an advisor.

    Not sure who your advisor is? Visit the Meet Your Career Advisor / Book an Appointment page.

    Service Hours

    Appointments are available with our career advisors, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Graduate Career Advising

When it comes to making strategic career decisions, our career development advisors provide a wealth of expertise across industries. Their thoughtful approach builds your skills, confidence, and connections. Career advising also is available through our Alumni in Residence (AiR) program, through which Gabelli School of Business alumni bring years of specialized industry expertise to the discussion about your career choices and the opportunities they pose.

Meet Your Career Advisor / Book an Appointment 

Jason Gurtata ’22 
Full-time M.B.A.
Current position: Vice President, BNY Mellon

Alumnus Jason Gurtata

“The advisors I worked with in Graduate Career Development services provided me with invaluable coaching in combining the detail-oriented organizational skills I acquired through my undergrad degree in biochemistry and molecular science with my knowledge of business. A summer internship, which they helped me to secure, turned into my current full-time position.”

Student Searching Job Boards

Graduate Career Resources

In addition to the personalized, one-on-one career advising we provide, Graduate Career Development services also delivers a wealth of self-serve career resources— from Career Tools, which help you assess strengths and weaknesses, identify career paths, and explore interview tips; to Career Job Boards, which allow you to search directly for employment opportunities; to Career Events, which grant access to a range of career-related forums and networking opportunities; to Career Information, which provides the latest industry developments along with the job functions and titles that are trending.