Career Center

Library

Library

The SoMCC offers patrons an extensive lending library with diverse resources dedicated to industry sectors (banking & finance, biopharma, consulting, education, government, healthcare, legal, med device, media, non-profit), credential and interview preparation, negotiation and strategy, as well as a reference section with directories, journals, and insightful industry data.

Resources can be checked out for 28 days (bring your Stanford ID Card) via our automated system.   For a list of available resources:

1. Go to: http://lane.stanford.edu/index.html
2. Click “Lane Catalog” then “Course Reserves”
3. In the “Instructor” drop down menu, select “Eberle, Stephanie” and/or in the “Department” drop down menu, select “S005: SOMCC” and click “Enter”

Online Employer Directories and Career Resources:
The following online resources are available to Stanford University students, trainees, staff and faculty.  They provide career overviews, company details, and advice to both US and international job seekers and aid in the exploration of potential career fields.

Career Insider Online Career Library
Career Insider provides information on top employers and jobs within 19 different industries.  Those most relevant include: finance, consulting, health, government/non-profit, energy, marketing, media, education, high tech, and law.  (Click “Receive Your Password Now” and a password will be sent to your Stanford email account for log-in purposes) *Subscription provided by central campus Career Development Center

Hoovers and Lexis-Nexis
These directories allow you to search by industry, geographic location, and size of company. Company names, addresses, websites, top executives, and financial information are provided.  (Click on “NAICS lookup” for industry code information) *Subscription provided by Stanford Libraries

Case Questions Interactive
For those planning a career in consulting, this interactive site provides case drills, interview tips and resume samples as a supplement to those found in the book: Case in Point (available in the SoMCC resource library).  *Subscription provided by central campus Career Development Center

Going Global
Going Global provides advice for job searching within major US and international cities. To begin your search, set up a personal account first.

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