Graduate Career Events

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of our events are being held virtually to ensure the safety of our students and faculty.


Learn new skills. Make connections. Join the conversation. Attend GCMC events and you'll have access to a valuable range of ideas, thinkers, and leaders - each one is intended to help you go further, faster.

 Upcoming Career Events Calendar

Mason Career Circles

These virtual information sessions - typically 60 minutes via Zoom and offered throughout the fall semester - provide alumni and recruiters an opportunity to discuss their career journeys with graduate students, imparting career interviewing advice, sharing their organization's hiring plans, and explaining how they're navigating COVID-19. The sessions are hosted by our career team and vary in format, from panel discussions to one-on-one conversations.

Spring Career & Internship Fair

Connect with the best in the business and learn about upcoming internships, externships, leadership programs, and full-time positions. This event is an opportunity to meet employers of all industries face-to-face and forge new connections.

"Just in Time" Career Networking and Career Symposium

This speed networking event brings together prospective employers and 100+ graduate business students from our MSBA, MBA, and MAcc programs. The event includes a keynote speech and a quick Q&A session on networking, followed by speed networking rounds. All corporate guests are assigned one round table where 8-10 students will join them for each of the five networking rounds.

Meet the Firms Friday

A symposium centered on the career fields of consulting and accounting for 400+ undergraduate and graduate students. This event includes an industry-specific career fair and panels for consulting and accounting, but is not limited by major or class year - all interested students are welcome to attend.

Fall Career & Internship Fair

Over 400+ Undergraduate and Graduate students across all departments at William & Mary attend this highly anticipated event in order to connect with employers, learn about open positions and internships across all fields of study.


TechDay attracts 250+ students from across William & Mary, including our MSBA program, MBA, Computational Operations Research, and Undergraduate STEM students. It's a chance to discuss today's relevant issues in tech through thought-leadership panels and speakers. The Employer Showcase connects undergraduates and graduates with company representatives later in the day. Complimentary event.

Graduate Career Symposium

There's nothing more impactful than alumni engaging with students, which makes the William & Mary learning experience even more robust and meaningful. This event brings together companies, industry leaders, faculty, and program teams to create transformational experiences - preparing our students to be uniquely career ready to connect with world-class opportunities. Designed for the graduate business students in the MBA, Master of Accounting, and Master of Science in Business Analytics programs - approximately 150+ students. Complimentary event.

Additional Engagement Opportunities:

Raymond A. Mason School of Business Career Trek Program
  • Yearly, the Mason School organizes career treks on various topics throughout the East Coast. These treks are open to students by application only, with 10-15 students traveling to the area.

A sample list of the trek locations and the cohorts that embark on them:

  • Richmond - Accounting (summer)
  • Norfolk - Accounting (summer)
  • DC - Accounting (fall)
  • DC - MS in Business Analytics (spring and fall breaks)
  • Research Triangle, NC - MBA, Marketing (fall)
  • DC - MBA, International exchange students (summer)

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On-Campus Information Sessions, On-Campus Interviews

Held on campus year-round, prospective employers meet with students for a presentation and Q&A session on their company, including client work, benefits, and culture. These sessions can also be combined with on-campus job interviews for current open positions.