For Undergraduate Students
Finding the right career is the Moore School's goal for each of our graduates. Success is more likely if an individual is in the right job, at the right organization, at the right time. Basic career management education is at the core of our initiatives. Why is this so important?
Past studies indicate the average professional will change jobs 7 to 10 times in a lifetime. In reality, however, it could be more often because of industry trends, downsizing, or economic conditions.The professionals who know how to effectively manage these inevitable changes in the context of their lifelong career goals will be more successful and more satisfied professionally.
We believe that our students deserve a cutting-edge business education, complemented by our commitment to helping students develop job search and career management skills. To accomplish this we provide a practical, step-by-step look at the key job search areas. Areas of career management that are covered include:
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- Resume Development
- Interviewing Skills
- Job Search Planning & Research
- Networking Techniques
- Negotiating Skills
- Lifelong Career Planning
Undergraduate Freshman and Sophomore Level Students
Career resources for undergraduate freshman and sophomore level students are provided through the University's Career Center.
Undergraduate Junior and Senior Level Students
Career resources for undergraduate junior and senior level students are provided through the Moore School's Office of Career Management (Room 650).