When Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship Professor Myles Shaver first moved to Minnesota, he was struck by the number of large companies having their headquarters in the Twin Cities.
Most of Work and Organizations Professor and Industrial Relations Faculty Excellence Chair Connie Wanberg’s research centers around unemployment and job search.
While at Carlson, Aggarwal devoted a lot of time to expanding his network, believing that would be the best way to land in a career he was interested in.
Her most valuable experience, however, was simply talking with the career center staff.
“As a student, I found all my internships through the career center,” she says.
Robinson says, for any student, you can’t underutilize the career center.
Last summer alone, U.S. Bank had 24 Carlson students in its Twin Cities internship program.
After five years of recruiting on campus, West Monroe Partners has 11 Carlson alumni working full time and is looking forward to welcoming five interns this summer.
Simon Cecil, ’17 MBA, made significant use of the Graduate Business Career Center (GBCC) throughout his time at the Carlson School, from reformatting his resume to developing a LinkedIn profile.
In today’s interconnected world, having a robust global identity is essential— for reasons both professional and personal.
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