The CIA's National Clandestine Service will visit campus March 19-20. All students and alumni are encouraged to participate. Click here for the schedule.
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Leadership Development Programs, sometimes called Management Development Programs, or Rotational Programs, are full-time, entry-level jobs. They offer exceptional career opportunities at some of the world's best companies. Leadership Development and Rotational Programs are becoming more popular as a path to employment after completing an undergraduate or graduate (MBA) degree. They help companies fill their leadership pipeline, and identify high-potential leaders.
The Office of Career Services takes pride in offering you relevant advice and assistance in your career and professional development; as well as, providing opportunities for you to gain access to a broad range of employers and employment information.
Inasmuch, I will achieve this through one-on-one appointments, social media, career and graduate school fairs, employer events, classroom visits and ongoing communication byway of Blackboard and your campus email.
In the Blackboard course, you will find career assistance and resource tools such as how-to videos on: resume writing, completing a job application, interviewing, job search strategies and the graduate school process, as well as handouts on interview questions, sample resumes, body language, career fair myths and networking in the event you are unable to schedule an appointment with me. Inasmuch, you can access the following YouTube vidoes for additional assistance as well.
Congratulations on making it to your senior year and I look forward to working with you.
Ms. Tamara K. Taylor