Whether you are an undergraduate or a graduate student, the Office of Career Management can help you find internships or permanent employment. They prepare you for a relevant, accurate and successful job search by developing and delivering value-added training focused on career exploration and job search skills development. To accomplish this they provide a practical, step-by-step look at the key job search areas. Areas of career management that are covered include:
Job Search Planning and Research
Lifelong Career Planning
Additional options available to students include:
Participation in on-campus recruiting
Access to web-based career search and strategy tools
When you make your request please allow 1 business days for a response, at which time an appointment will be scheduled. Most consultations will take place Monday through Friday between 9am-5pm and typically last 30 to 60 minutes. Evening appointments may be arranged based on librarian availability. Caution: If you have something due in a day or less, you should come to the Reference desk at Thomas Cooper or contact us through Ask A Librarian.
Examples of what consultations can help with:
selecting the best resources for your research area/assignment
accessing and navigating electronic resources
developing search strategies
discovering and locating primary source materials
searching the web for relevant and reliable information
Multifactor Authentication (MFA), also know as two-step verification, is required to access systems on our UofSC network. MFA requires students, faculty, and staff to take an extra step each time they login to university systems.
Beginning June 5, the university will use DUO Security for MFA. You probably have used some form of MFA with your financial institution or credit card company. As with many financial institutions, you will be required to use something you know (password) with something you have – text message, call to landline, or token. To prepare for this new requirement, please complete the enrollment process now. Instructions and frequently asked questions can be found here.
To prepare for this new requirement, employees and students need to complete the enrollment process. For an overview of the set up process, click here.
DMSB faculty and students abroad may experience problems accessing our databases and other resources, particularly in certain countries. Below are links to resources that may help solve your technical issues.
Do you use Google Scholar to search for academic articles? Would you like to directly link to an article if it is in one of USC’s subscription databases? All it requires is adjusting your Google Scholar settings. If you’re already … Continue reading →
Step 1. Start at the Business Library website
Step 2. Select database FACTIVAunder the Most Popular – Top Sources (you will need to sign on through the proxy using your USC username and password)
Step 3. Select News Pages along the top menu bar.
You have free access to the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The Atlanta Journal – Constitution, Tampa Bay Times, Barron’s and Forbes.
Under each title you can select the date and section you would like to read. Some articles allow you the option to download or have it read to you. After selecting an article; the grey menu bar gives you options to email, print, save, download or open in Adobe.
Here are a few tips for finding library materials as you dig into your coursework:
The Business Library’s physical resources are now kept at the Thomas Cooper Library and the Annex, but finding them has not changed. Use the Classic Search to start searching for print and e-books, and remember, you can still limit by Columbia Business.
The Annex is the library’s offsite storage facility. Materials at the Annex may still be checked out with your Carolina Card. Find out more here.
The majority of the business collection is online, and new e-books are being added all the time. Get the details about e-books at USC Columbia here.
Joy Gannaway, a USC Magellan Scholar sponsored by International Business professor Lite Nartey, spent this past summer in immersive study in the African country of Mauritius. Visit her website–Tolerant Mauritius–to discover more about her research and experience. Scroll past the video for links to her blog and research findings. Incredible work, Joy!
DMSB students: if you have documented your travels abroad and work experience, send us the links so we can promote you.