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Georgetown McDonough School of Business Expands MBA Career Center

The MBA Career Center at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business now features more staff with greater expertise to provide career coaching and other career planning resources to students and alumni of the school’s full-time, evening and executive MBA programs, the school reported earlier this summer.

Several part-time career coaches have joined the staff of the center to meet the needs of an expanded audience. The addition of the new coaches complements the center’s offerings in 14 industry sectors and helps to extend the operating hours for career coaching. All of the center’s certified career coaches are experts who manage employer relations in their respective industries.

In response to student feedback, the MBA Career Center will provide part-time specialty career coaching in four main areas:

• career clarification for undecided students
• coaching for promotions for sponsored students
• executive and leadership coaching for students in family businesses
• corporate and organization functions for students in human resources and operations positions

Expansion of the career coaching resources allows the center to provide coaching to all McDonough students and alumni, including those in executive degree programs such as the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA. Resources available to alumni include job search coaching, promotion, leadership and executive presence. The school also features the Georgetown MBA Career Connection (GMCC), which gives alumni an opportunity to apply for jobs posted by other MBA alumni.

Learn more about Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Career Center.

 

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