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BE READY. Make an Impact. Robinson’s Student Career Guide 2009-2010 CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER
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ii Robinson’s Student Career Guide provides you with an overview of the resources available to you through the Career Management Center (CMC). From career assessment information to resume templates, cover letter examples, and interviewing questions, this guide will help you manage your career during your time at Robinson and beyond. The commitment you’ve made to pursue a business degree is a decision to invest in your future! Our office is dedicated to helping you maximize your investment by facilitating your professional and career development. Whether your goal is to move into the job market for the first time, advance within your current organization, move from one industry to another, or change careers completely, we have staff, experience and services to get you there. Our staff has over 50 years of combined experience in career services, recruiting, and executive search, and we are dedicated to helping you maximize your career progression. I encourage you to meet the career advisor listed below to establish your own individual career action plan. CMC Career Advisors Dirk Duran Smith , Associate Director supporting FlexMBA students. dduran@gsu.edu Jane Cordray-Brandon, Career Advisor supporting Executive MBA & PMBA students. jcordraybrandon@gsu.edu Sharon Cohen, Career Advisor supporting Global Partner MBA, MIB & Specialty Masters students. schohen@gsu.edu Tiara Gantt , Career Advisor supporting Undergraduate students in Accounting, Finance, Real Estate, Risk Management & Insurance. tgantt@gsu.edu Cynetta Freeman Career Advisor Undergraduate students in CIS, Hospitality, Marketing & Managerial Sciences & Business Economics. cfreeman@gsu.edu Visit the CMC early in your program so we can help you make the most of your Robinson Experience. Students who make the most of their Robinson experience also join student organizations, get to know faculty members individually, attend guest speaking events, and build their networks – and we encourage you to do the same. As a starting point, I strongly encourage you to visit our Web site at robinson.gsu.edu/career , where Undergraduates can update their profile on RCC – Robinson Career Connection and Graduate students can update their profile on Robinson MBA Focus . These are the 24/7 on-line career management portals we utilize to help you connect with employers and alumni seeking Robinson students for jobs and internships. We look forward to helping you maximize your career progress! Sincerely, Jason Aldrich, Executive Director Career Management Center Welcome from Robinson’s Career Management Center Career Management Center
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iii ROBINSON STUDENT CAREER GUIDE 2009-2010 Robinson Career Management Calendar…………………. . v
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