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  • Global MBA Career Services Overview

    The F. David Fowler Career Center (FDFCC) team is committed to building strategic partnerships among students, alumni, and employers that result in successful, fulfilling careers for our students. Whether you come to GWSB to build on your current capabilities or change career direction, you have ready access to the guidance and training of dedicated career management professionals to assist you in finding the best fit for your skills, values, and interests.

    • Your relationship with the FDFCC career coaching team begins even before you arrive on campus. During the summer you will complete a three-step Summer Assignment to help you get a jump start on your internship search process.

    • At the August International Student Orientation and MBA Institute you will begin to systematically build on the knowledge gained during your Summer Assignment. The Career Roadmap Series, which was designed specifically for GWSB Global MBAs, starts during the MBA Institute and finishes in the fall semester.

    • Individualized one-on-one strategy and career management sessions with your career coach continue throughout your Global MBA Program and are designed to be thought provoking and action orientated.

    • Resume and cover letter critiques, networking techniques, mock interviews, offer negotiation, and job search work teams combine to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • An extensive suite of on-line tools is available 24-7.

    • Access to employment opportunities including, company presentations, the alumni Career Advisor Network, our online recruiting tool GWorkSB, networking events, career fairs, and on and off campus interviews continue throughout the school year.

    At FDFCC, our relationships with students are built on mutual respect, professionalism, and goal-orientated strategic action. Students have the ability to acquire life-long career management competencies and are fully accountable for their own career success.

  • Healthcare MBA Career Services Overview

    The F. David Fowler Career Center (FDFCC) team is committed to building strategic partnerships among students, alumni, and employers that result in successful, fulfilling careers for our students. Candidates in the 2 year on-line Healthcare MBA program who wish to advance their business careers are welcome to work with a career consultant to discuss their personal and job search strategies.

    • For our distance students, telephone appointments are available virtually during the daytime, evenings and on week-ends.

    • Individualized one-on-one strategy and career management sessions with your career coach continue throughout your Master's Program and are designed to be thought provoking and action-orientated.

    • Resume and cover letter critiques, networking techniques, mock interviews and offer negotiation combine to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • Numerous webinars on topics including resume and cover letter development, networking techniques, interviewing, and offer negotiations are offered to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • An extensive suite of Online Career Resource tools are available 24-7.

    • Access to employment opportunities include the alumni Career Advisor Network and our online recruiting tool GWorkSB.

    At FDFCC, our relationships with students are built on mutual respect, professionalism, and goal-orientated strategic action. Students have the ability to acquire life-long career management competencies and are fully accountable for their own career success.

  • Professional MBA Career Services Overview

    The F. David Fowler Career Center (FDFCC) team is committed to building strategic partnerships among students, alumni, and employers that result in successful, fulfilling careers for our students. The Professional MBA program consists of both the Accelerated and Flex options. Whether you come to GWSB to advance within your organization or change career direction, you have ready access to the guidance and training of dedicated career management professionals to assist you in finding the best fit for your skills, values, and interests.

    • Individualized one-on-one strategy and career management sessions with your career coach continue throughout your Master's Program and are designed to be thought provoking and action-orientated.

    • Resume and cover letter critiques, networking techniques, mock interviews and offer negotiation combine to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • In addition to regular office hours, telephone appointments are also available on evenings and weekends.

    • Numerous workshops and webinars on topics including resume and cover letter development, networking techniques, interviewing, and offer negotiations are offered to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • An extensive suite of Online Career Resource tools is available 24-7.

    • Access to employment opportunities including, company presentations, the alumni Career Advisor Network, our online recruiting tool GWorkSB, networking events, career fairs, and on and off campus interviews continue throughout the school year.

    At FDFCC, our relationships with students are built on mutual respect, professionalism, and goal-orientated strategic action. Students have the ability to acquire life-long career management competencies and are fully accountable for their own career success.

  • Specialized Masters Career Services Overview

    There are seven Specialized Master Degree Programs: Accounting (MACCY), Finance (MSF), Project Management (MSPM), Information Systems (MSIST), Tourism Administration (MTA) Government Contracts (MSGC) and Business Analytics (MSBA). Whether you are a full-time, part-time or distance student each of these disciplines has specific graduation requirements and a timeframe in which to complete the program.

    The F. David Fowler Career Center (FDFCC) team is committed to building strategic partnerships among students, alumni, and employers that result in successful, fulfilling careers. Students are encouraged to discuss individual career objectives with a career consultant and to visit the GWSB Resource page for an extensive suite of on-line tools. Whether you come to GWSB to change career direction or to advance within your organization you have ready access to the guidance and training of dedicated career management professionals to assist you in finding the best fit for your skills, values, and interests.

    • Individualized one-on-one strategy and career management sessions with your career coach continue throughout your Master's Program and are designed to be thought provoking and action-orientated. Resume and cover letter critiques, networking techniques, mock interviews and offer negotiation combine to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • In addition to regular office hours, telephone appointments are also available evenings and week-ends.

    • Numerous workshops and webinars on topics including resume and cover letter development, networking techniques, interviewing, and offer negotiations are offered to hone your skills and enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace.

    • An extensive suite of Online Career Resource tools is available 24-7.

    • Access to employment opportunities including, company presentations, the alumni Career Advisor Network, our online recruiting tool GWorkSB, networking events, career fairs, and on and off campus interviews continue throughout the school year.

    At the Fowler Career Center, our relationships with students are built on mutual respect, professionalism, and goal-orientated strategic action. Students have the ability to acquire life-long career management competencies and are fully accountable for their own career success.