At Drucker, we help you articulate who you are, where you want to go, and how your education and experience work together to help you achieve your career goals.
In a world where there is diversity of thought, skills, experience, and age, we desire to produce management professionals who can look at people and situations in a creative capacity to move an organization forward. In order for you to be successful, Drucker thinks about how your education will impact your career from day one. Practical degrees that fit today’s market, a management curriculum with opportunities to apply theory to real world settings, exposure to business leaders who visit campus—and much more to develop career-building experiences alongside your education.
Through a highly focused, one-on-one approach, the Drucker Career Development Office will help you prepare to take on your working life, from landing a job to building and sustaining a career. Designed to take a big picture view, we offer in-depth career education through market-relevant services, resources, and tools. Above all, we work with you throughout your professional life.
Burkle Building, 2nd Floor
1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
The Drucker Career Development Office (DCDO) does much more than locate job opportunities. Our focus: to get you ready for the professional world. Through highly personalized services, we help you prepare for the entire process of building a career, from job search to application to negotiating offers—and well beyond.
We take a holistic approach that starts with you. Instead of just connecting you to possibilities, we empower you to connect yourself. You gain soft and hard skills. You learn how to look, act and think like a professional. And it all works through a blend of professional education and continuous one-on-one guidance. Our services start before you get here and continue long after you graduate. We partner with you for life.
The Drucker Career Development Office serves students from all Drucker degree programs, alumni and employers. You will have access to multifaceted resources, knowledge and connections to a wide range of industries, and a friendly, proactive staff. Our commitment: to prepare you for the lifelong process of your professional development.
- Career counseling
- Resume help
- Cover letter help
- Job/internship search skills
- Networking ideas and coaching
- Interview preparation
- Business etiquette training
- Online presence
- Negotiation skills
- Alumni connections
As a current student or alumnus, you have access to career events as well as hundreds of jobs and employer contacts through Handshake. Handshake is a shared career management system between all the Claremont College Career Offices. This means you have access to not one college’s contacts and events but seven.
The Drucker Career Development Office works with employers on an individual basis to provide the most appropriate method to recruit our students and alumni. Opportunities for engagement with our talented students include:
- School-facilitated Resume Collect (We provide a resume book of interested candidates.)
- Employer-facilitated Resume Collect (We send an email on your behalf and students work with you directly.)
- Resume Book, by program, of students seeking opportunities
- Information sessions
- Employer-facilitated Career Workshops (Resume Writing, Cover Letter Writing, Interviewing, Negotiation, Networking, etc.)
- Post open positions to Handshake (see below)
The Drucker School, part of Claremont Graduate University, invites you to post your job and internship opportunities for students and alumni at The Claremont Colleges through Handshake, our web-based recruiting and career information system. Opportunities that you post in Handshake are viewable by Drucker students as well as other Claremont Colleges students (Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, Scripps College, Pomona College, Keck Graduate Institute). There is no cost to post opportunities on Handshake.