With your Haas MBA, you have access to additional alumni services. It starts with your career dashboard, MBA CareerNet:
- Peruse the popular self-serve job boards.
- Connect with an advisor who knows the current job market and can help you customize a strategy for your next career move.
- Build your self-marketing skills with tools and workshops
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Use the same CalNet ID you use for the @cal Alumni Directory. If you need to apply for a CalNet ID, it will speed the process to have your PIN. That's the number above the mailing label on anything Berkeley-Haas has mailed you. It is also at the bottom of our email newsletter, BerkeleyHaas News (formerly eHAN).
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Receive six free appointments every six months for life — an unusual level of service among business schools, and an expression of the Haas commitment to alumni professional development. Appointments are available week days and some evenings until 8:00 PM. Schedule your appointment through MBA CareerNet (a different location from the student CareerNet portal.)
Get advice, coaching, and prep from the people who have been there - your fellow Haas Alumni. Have career conversations, get resume critiques, and practice your interview skills with alumni working in your field of interest through the CareerConnect portal.
Career Advisor Referral Network
If you are a Berkeley MBA graduate living in or outside the Bay Area or looking to relocate, the Haas School can connect you with an advisor to support your career path. Scheduling and billing are handled directly with the advisor.
See list of advisors
Networked Job Search Teams
Collaborate with 8-10 Berkeley MBA alumni and a dedicated career advisor over six weeks to take your career to the next level. Networking, career management exercises, and weekly hour-long strategy sessions (via conference call) are integral parts of this program for individuals who are actively job-seeking. Register for an upcoming session through MBA CareerNet (a different location from the student CareerNet portal.)