The Lusk Center seeks to serve the real estate industry by providing avenues for employers to readily access talented young professionals. Real estate education at USC is available at both the undergraduate and graduate level, training students for both entry and mid-career positions in all facets of the profession. At the Lusk Center's Real Estate Industry Night employers are able to make initial contacts with students. Students' resumes are distributed though the Lusk Resume Book Employers are able to post job openings which are distributed to current students and recent alumni. The annual Lusk Real Estate Employment Report summaries the placement and salaries of USC real estate graduates.
This annual event – the most significant of its kind in the US – serves as a networking and information gathering session for USC real estate students. Typically between 60-80 firms from a wide breadth of real estate sectors including asset management, banking, brokerage, development, finance, and investment participate. Student members from either the Trojan Real Estate Association or the Graduate Real Estate Association are eligible to participate. If your firm is interested in taking part, contact Sonia Savoulian.
Each year the Lusk Center releases a Real Estate Employment Report summarizing the placement and salaries of recent graduates from USC's real estate degree programs including the Dollinger Master of Real Estate Development, the MBA, and undergraduate programs in both the Marshall School and the Price School.
If you are an employer who would like to list a position available in your firm, the Lusk Center can distribute the announcement to real estate students, both undergraduate and graduate, at USC. Submit a job description. For additional information, contact Sonia Savoulian.