Trusted by career coaches, students and alumni at these schools:
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ENHANCE RESULTS FROM CAREER
COACHING WITH ONLINE TRAINING BY
- Over 70 short videos, averaging 10 minutes
- Tip sheets, worksheets, checklists to stimulate action
- Topics covering the complete range of job-search
- Expert presenters who lecture at b-schools worldwide
- Organized in the 3 phases of the job search: Assess; Target; Launch
Over 50 grad schools of business use the
online career development resources and
renew their subscription each year.
The video-based library enables career coaches to prepare MBAs and MS students and alumni to compete in the
In addition to video presentations, the library includes tip sheets, worksheets and checklists to move students
from having knowledge to taking action to land the job of their dreams.
Here is a sample of what coaches and students have told us about the resources:
Feedback from Coaches and Students
"Because of Beyond B-School, I was able to target the right employer, expand my visibility on the web, and identify and connect with the right people."
"Students can easily access the information they need 24/7 through our website to access effective career management advice and tools."
Roy A. Young, Founder & CEO
Roy Young is dedicated to building online professional development businesses to support the career
advancement of professionals and students worldwide. He founded Beyond B-School to provide guidance
to MBA students and alumni to help them land jobs, network with professionals and accelerate their
He has a wide range of business experience, including management consulting, corporate marketing and start ups.
Heavily involved with business schools, Young sits on the Editorial Board of Northwestern University’s International Journal of Integrated Marketing Communications. He also lectures at schools, including California State University College of Business and Economics, Claremont Graduate School Drucker School of Management, Emory Goizueta Business School, UCLA Anderson School of Business, and USC Marshall School of Business.
He earned an MBA in Marketing from NYU Stern School of Business