Starting Out

We’re here for you now — and in the future.

Sharing Your Next Steps

As you wrap up your collaboration with the Career Management Center as a student, you are responsible for one last “To Do:”

  • Please report your post-GSB job in CareerHub as soon as you get it; this also goes for other post-GSB plans—like additional education—as soon as they are finalized.
  • This might be before graduation, or it might be after—either way, this allows future students just like you to see employment and salary trends that can inform their own career decisions.

Key Dates

Oct 10, 2021 Your SUNet ID, student email address, and access to MyGSB expire
If you requested an extension of your email through Alumni Relations, you will retain access to your student email and related Google Workspace through June 10, 2022.
Oct 12, 2021 2021 MBA job reporting deadline

Accessing Career Resources

As a new Stanford GSB alum, you have access to career support and world-class career systems through Alumni Career Services, including many of the same systems you used as a student.

However, it is important to know that your access to selected career services and systems changes at graduation, and again in October when your student credentials expire. Here's what you need to know:

Recommended Resources


Learn how to manage up in your new organization and establish a plan to reach meaningful and achievable goals in these exclusive videos for GSB alumni (login required): "Managing Your Boss" and "The First 90 Days: How to Succeed in a New Role."


GSB alumna Pam Fox Rollin provides specific guidance for the first few critical months in your new role, including how to read the business culture, tee up quick wins, and make the most of your strengths.


Associate Director, Alumni Career Services