The Career Resource Center (CRC) welcomes you to the UB MBA program. The CRC staff look forward to working closely with you throughout your program and helping you achieve your career goals.
Here at the UB School of Management, your career development
process starts before you even begin your first class. This career
checklist is just the beginning. During your fall MBA Advantage
program the Career Resource Center will introduce you to many
resources and tools that will allow you to develop your own plan
and help you achieve your career goals. In the meantime, follow the
outline and deadline below to prepare for your career
and ensure completion of CRC requirements during the MBA
The Career Resource Center (CRC) serves as the primary resource for students and alumni of the School of Management in career exploration and job search. The CRC is a key link between the school and employers, offering many programs that bring these groups together, such as career events, alumni connections, internships, campus recruiting and career development workshops and seminars. Our mission is to create a caring environment that enables and motivates students to be successful in reaching their individual career goals.
The CRC's dedicated staff is committed to assisting students throughout the career development and job search process. Get to know our team by visiting the CRC staff page.
Follow these steps to successfully complete the two deliverables by July 15, 2017:
|1. CareerLeader™ Assessment - due July 15||
Complete the CareerLeader™ online assessment. (Time: 60-90 minutes) Follow the instructions on how to access this assessment (PDF file). Review, print and save the Narrative Report. You will be required to bring the report to MBA Advantage in August. (CRC Requirement)
|2. MBA Career Vision -
due July 15
Complete your online Career Vision worksheet. (CRC Requirement)
|Prepare your résumé for MBA Advantage (in August)||
Build your updated MBA résumé using the tips and tools below. (CRC Requirement)
Use these tools and resources:
|Consider attending a fall national career fair||
Some of our more competitive students who are conducting a national job search opt to attend a national career conference. Learn about these conferences here. The most common events are the National Black MBA and Prospanica career fairs. Both organizations are joining forces into one fair in 2017 on September 28 and 29 in Philadelphia, PA
As you begin your MBA program it is important to focus on your career development. After all, most incoming students are here to get a better job, change careers or enhance their other degree. Take advantage of the career resourses offered through our office and online. You can get started with the resources below.