Beyond providing academic support, professors can advise you on choosing classes, recommending internships, and guiding you in your post-college career. A new semester means opportunities to include more professors in your network.
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Caroline attended the 2013 Forté College Leadership Launch for Women and gives you the run-down of what to expect at the conference.
Are you an exceptional student leader interested in building your skills and enhancing your resume? Have you considered a career in business? Attend the Forté College 2 Business Leadership Conference to explore opportunities you never knew existed!
Nicole joined 71 prospective MBA students for the 21st annual Diversity Conference at the Tuck School of Business. She shares her discoveries about business school academic curriculum, opportunities for personal and professional development, and gains an insider’s look at what makes the community distinctive.
Career and internship fairs can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never been to one before. It’s important to prepare before you go, so here are some tips on navigating the fair.
Gearing up for the spring semester? Here are four ways to make sure you make the most of your class time.
There are two types of courses which can be divided into classes that will give you expertise in specific skills that your future job requires, and classes that will help you no matter what you choose to do as a career.
With hundreds of student organizations on any given college campus, it is no wonder that considering where to allocate time and effort can have a dizzying effect.
Do you want to be a blog writer? Jaskamal gives several tips on how to find blogging opportunities on campus - including creating your own.
In the last of a three part series on summer internships, hear from five college students who share their advice on how to decide if you want to accept a job offer following an internship and what to do if a job offer isn't an option.