As an undergraduate student in the UB School of Management, you have a unique advantage when it comes to career preparation.
The Career Resource Center (CRC) facilitates two hands-on courses that will lead you through every aspect of your career development process. Self-assessment, résumé writing, interviewing skills and job-search techniques are just a few of the topics covered in this mandatory, two-course sequence. CRC staff, faculty, area professionals and alumni will help you develop a personal marketing strategy that will serve you throughout your entire career.
Career Connections: Part I (MGG 298) is designed for sophomore and transfer students in the School of Management to build a foundation for their career planning and exploration rooted in experiential learning. The concepts of the course will revolve around connecting classroom knowledge to real-world settings and promoting service learning and internships. This course will introduce students to key career-related materials to assist with selecting a concentration and developing a Career Action Plan that aligns with their strengths and career interests.
Career Connections: Part II (MGG 398 ) is designed for junior and transfer students in the School of Management. It is a hands-on course taught by a team of instructors, CRC staff, area professionals and alumni, which builds upon career concepts, techniques and exercises from Career Connections: Part I (MGG 298). Through in-class lectures, course assignments and online quizzes students will learn how to take a more thoughtful and proactive approach to career planning. They will also learn to leverage effective career correspondence, interviewing communication, online image branding, networking skills and job/internship search techniques to be successful in achieving their career goals.
"The career course was extremely helpful in learning what
employers are looking for in college graduates and helped me focus
on the most important and relevant skills for
my résumé and job search." Mary Rose
"The work assigned helped me get ready for job searching and interviews. I learned some tricks to better prepare myself for interviews, which helped me land a full-time job with Citi right out of college." Brian Kalish '13