CSU College of Business beefs up career center
To get it all done, the College of Business’ Career Management Center this year has expanded its ranks from one full-time and one part-time person to 11 employees.
Susan Schell, director of the center, said the “metamorphosis” began this winter, after Ajay Menon, dean of the College of Business, decided that the career center should work harder to provide better service to students.
Those services include one-on-one counseling, web-based resources and access to a database of 1,000 employers from Colorado and nationwide.
Students can also take advantage of an interview simulator, which allows them to record a mock job interview and then have it critiqued by a member of the center’s staff so that they may learn where their strengths and weaknesses lie.
The goal of the center is to increase the percentage of business school graduates who have been placed in a job within 60 days of graduation to 85 percent. That number now stands at 79.
“When we get to 85, we’ll just set the bar
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