Career Management for Master’s Students

Résumés & Cover Letters

Résumé guides, cover letter examples and FAQs.

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Job Search

How to find an internship and job, career fair information and other strategies.

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Corporate Connections & Networking

Resources, process and tips to make networking a habit.

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Interview Preparation

Get ready for interviews!

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Employment Data & Offer Guidelines

Averages and data for your use in negotiations and exploration.

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"The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward."

Amelia Earhart

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Resources for International Students

Transitioning to the U.S. and job-hunting as an international student can be difficult, especially when understanding the differences in cultural and employment norms across cultures. The MBA/Master’s Career Management team has compiled a list of resources to assist you in acclimating to the United States and making you the most marketable for employment.

Meet the Team

Leslie Taylor - Director

Leslie serves as Director of the MBA/Master's Career Management team. Leslie can be reached by email at:

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Caitlin Hunter - Assistant Director

Caitlin serves as career coach for all Master's students (MS and MA). Caitlin can be reached by email at:

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Brian Whitmore - Assistant Director

Brian serves as a career coach for Full-Time MBA and Specialty Master's students. Brian can be reached by email at:

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