The Career Advisor will coach and/or advise students on their career aspirations and assist students in establishing their career goals, as well as advising students on career readiness topics, such as resume writing, professional correspondence, job search strategies, research on companies, and interview preparation. The Career Advisor will work collaboratively with the Career Services team and Academic units to develop, plan, coordinate, and implement career programs and events that foster students’ career exploration; increases overall career readiness and preparation; and helps recent graduates successfully transition into their careers. The Career Advisor is responsible for developing and disseminating information, increasing student participation, and promoting Career Services programs to students, faculty, and staff through a variety of workshops, written materials, and Career Services web site. Additionally, this position is responsible for promoting Career Services by making presentations to classes, student organizations, and employers as well as providing career information, planning programs, and career development activities to students and first-year-out graduates on an individual or group basis.
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•Utilize strong data tracking and communication skills to ensure and document that each Work-Based Learning experience meets Forsyth Tech and state standards. • Serve as the face of Work-Based Learning, greeting office visitors, making classroom visits, and forming faculty relationships via phone and in person. • Serve as main point of contact for faculty involved in WBL. • Develop collaborative relationships with faculty members and be able to determine their strengths and weaknesses to tailor assistance accordingly. • Along with Coordinator, will assist faculty in developing relationships with businesses through modeling, coaching, and participating in advisory committee meetings. • Assist faculty with WBL administration and train faculty on procedures. • Develop, implement, and support WBL procedures that meet audit requirements as well as the needs of students, faculty, and businesses.
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The Wake Forest University School of Business seeks a dynamic career development professional who will provide comprehensive and exemplary career coaching support with the goal of ensuring every student is “career ready” by having developed the professional competencies to secure a desirable first-destination job by graduation. The Associate Director will work primarily with students from the pre-experience graduate programs: Master of Arts in Management (MA) and Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA).
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