Mays MBA Student Places in PepsiCo Case Competition

 Mays Business School Full-Time MBA student Russell Cardon, MBA Class of 2019, and his team won third place and $3,000 in the 2017 PepsiCo MBA Invitational Business Case Competition at Texas Christian University on October 27-28.  Russell Cardon of Texas …

By Kim Austin
Kim Austin Director
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I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned

 

In “I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned,” Robert Coombs talks about his experiences with online applications. Of particular note are his observations regarding “Less Applying, More Networking,” specifically: 1) It’s …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching
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The Consulting Interview “Uniform”

Our friends at Management Consulted recently shared an excellent blog post on secrets of consulting interview attire.   The writer worked with the professionals at Black Lapel to compile information for the post. I encourage you to read the full article. …

By Kim Austin
Kim Austin Director
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Unspoken Rules of the Workplace

Entering the workforce for the first time can be a shock to the system, with many charted and uncharted minefields to navigate. In New Graduates: These are the Unspoken Rules of the Workplace No One Tells You, Anisa Purbasari Horton, …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching
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Tell People About Your Communication Style

According to Shari Harley, Keynote Speaker & Trainer at Candid Culture Business Communication Training, “If you’ve been given the same feedback repeatedly, or know you create a first impression that may be challenging to others, set expectations and tell people …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching
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