Career Management

Managing your career encompasses more than just job transitions. It requires careful attention to how you assimilate into a new job, handle crisis and adversity, establish mentor/mentee relationships, manage your professional social media image and much more.

Starting a New Job Starting a New Job

Learn the steps you should take to help you succeed in your new position.

Executive Coaching Executive Coaching

An executive coach can serve as an important advocate for you and your career.

Mentorship Mentorship

A mentor can play an influential role in your career, providing guidance, knowledge and connections.

Work-Life Issues Work-Life Issues

Finding the right balance between work and life is essential to personal and professional success.

Re-Launching Re-Launching

Using these resources may help you transition back into the workforce.

Job Loss Job Loss

Job loss is an emotional experience, even if you see it coming. Utilize these resources to cope with job loss and move forward.

Exploring Entrepreneurship Exploring Entrepreneurship

Many Darden alumni dream of running their own businesses at some point in their careers. Here are some good resources for getting started on the path to ownership.

Alumni Career Services Survey Reports Alumni Career Services Survey Reports

In order to assist our alumni in benchmarking and to collect data to improve ACS services, ACS surveys two Darden classes — those that are seven years and two years out after graduation — each spring/summer. You’ll find the results of the most recent surveys below.

Class of 2009 Seven Year Check-In
Class of 2014 Two Year Check-In