The Power of the Informational Interview

An informational interview is a meeting in which a job seeker asks for first-hand career, industry or company information and advice rather than ask about job leads or job openings. Scheduling and holding in-person informational interviews should be at, or …

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WHY YOU? The Question You Must Answer for Employer Sponsorship

The author of The International Advantage Gets Noticed. Get Hired! Marcelo Barros has helped hundreds of business international students secure quality employment in the U.S. Despite the current tough visa reality international students have to deal with, through his work …

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Work Visa Options For International Business School Graduates

 

Many students and employers are confused about work visa options available for international students graduating from U.S. universities. This session will provide a straightforward explanation from an immigration attorney of the most common work visas available, focusing on F-1 …

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Become a Global Networker, American-Style

Think globally, network locally! In this presentation, you’ll learn state-of-the-art tools and strategies for connecting with potential employers, clients, and referral sources, in an American context. Most people won’t be there when you have your shining moments, so it’s through …

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Don’t overlook developing your Executive Presence

As a business school student, it’s easy to find leaders you admire and want to emulate. Upon reflection, executive presence is the consistent attribute that makes them so attractive; their communications are clear, confident, authentic, open to others’ viewpoints, and …

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Seeking a competitive advantage? Feedback is a gift!

Harvard Business Review highlights research that indicates feedback is a gift and suggests it is a key driver of performance and leadership effectiveness. In the management of your career, feedback can help you conduct research, assess your suitability to specific …

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Practice makes perfect; use Big Interview to build your virtual interview competence!

Do you have an upcoming interview that will be conducted virtually? Are you anxious about interviewing in a virtual environment? W. P. Carey has an excellent resource that allows you to practice virtual interviewing: Big Interview

In this new world …

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Career Management: It’s more than resumes and interviews!

We know that too many students think that the work of finding a job out of business school is simply about writing resumes and hoping to land interviews. We also know that the process can be overwhelming and feel like …

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What is a Leadership Development and/or Rotational Program and is it right for me?

There is a language in job descriptions that is sometimes difficult to understand.  In business school, two terms that often pop up are Leadership Development and Rotational Programs. Professional development, mentorship, and career advancement are on many business students’ minds, …

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Are you choosing a major aligned with your career aspirations?

 

Committing to a major is an important step towards choosing a career, but they are not one in the same. Choosing a major is a decision on what your academic path is going to look like during your time …

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