Key Resources

Supply Chain Consulting Studio

Ross’ dedication to action-based learning combines with valuable career opportunities in the Supply Chain Consulting Studio. You’ll complete a corporate project with a small group of students and a professor to put the depth and breadth of your classroom learning into real-world action. At the same time, you’ll gain valuable new industry connections and network with industry leaders, giving you a critical edge in the career search process.

Coaching on Search Strategy

Meet with Career Development Office staff and/or peer coaches with expertise in your field of interest to map out your specific job-search plan.

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Career Self Assessment

If you’re not sure what you’d like to do after graduation, our Career Leader self-assessment program offers guidance and direction.

Coaching and Small-Group Webinars

Over the summer before classes begin, you can engage with staff career coaches and participate in webinars on “Supply Chain Career Exploration” and “Recruiting in the U.S.”


Your MSCM orientation includes an introduction to the on- and off-campus job search and CDO resources to assist in that search.

Resume Reviews

The resume that got you into business school will not be the same resume that gets you hired afterward. Workshops and labs specifically designed for MSCM students will help you write and refine an effective resume.

Career Clubs

Many student clubs at Ross are organized around career interests, such as the Marketing Club, Tech Club, Healthcare & Life Science Club, Finance Club, and Consulting Club. These clubs help you network with other students and alumni, sponsor conferences and special events focused on the field, and support you in your career pursuit.

Workshops and Labs

Typically hourlong sessions focused on specific areas of interest. 

Assess Your Fit For Consulting

Is a career in consulting right for you?

Observe a Pro

Industry-specific recordings for students interested in consulting case prep.


How to make the most of company events and relate your personal odyssey.

Written Communication

Craft effective approach emails, cover letters, and follow-up thank-you notes.

Using Library Resources for On- and Off-Campus Job Search

Information specific to jobs in operations and supply chain.

Interviewing Skills

Learn how to effectively discuss your work experience.

Online Professional Presence

Develop a robust and effective LinkedIn profile.

Recruiter Panel

Hear first-hand from a panel of recruiters what traits and experience they look for.

Etiquette Dinner

Learn or gain a refresher on appropriate dining etiquette so you can be confident during recruiting receptions, lunches and dinners.

Mock Interviews

Practice behavioral interviewing with two other students under the supervision of a CDO career coach or peer coach.

Weekly Newsletter

Career tips and resources in your inbox every week.

Online Resources

A wide selection of documents, videos, recorded seminars, and more to assist you in all facets of your search.

Research Assistance

Staff librarians can help you work with our exclusive databases to research industries, job functions, and specific companies you may want to target.

Corporate Presentations

Hear directly from top companies about what they offer, who they’re looking for, and why you’d want to work there.

Networking Hours

Interact  in a career-fair-style setting with company representatives who come to campus seeking new talent.

Job Action Groups

Created specifically for students conducting off-campus job searches, Job Action Groups meet weekly with Career Development Office staff to discuss progress and explore next steps in the search.

Career Development Office Drop-In Hours

Daily availability for quick one-on-one questions with our professional career coaching staff.

Negotiating Offers and Decision Making

One-on-one consultations on negotiating job offers and deciding whether to accept.

Dedicated Team for Recruiters

Nearly 200 companies recruit on campus every year. In addition to coordinating on-campus recruiting events, scheduling and facilitating one-one-one interviews between students and company recruiters, the Career Development Office fosters new relationships with highly sought-after recruiters to ensure a variety of employers for Ross MSCM grads.

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Technology & Operations

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Ann Arbor Office

Administrative Office


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Joyce Buchanan, Executive Secretary

Tesenga Smith

Jessica Carter

Paul Kirsch
Managing Director


Lillian Chen, Research Area Specialist

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Stewart Thornhill
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