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Is an MBA worth it? A look into the finances –– and outcomes

“As the workforce becomes more and more competitive, obtaining an MBA is necessary now, more than ever, in the world of business. Joe Handy, President and CEO, National Black MBA Association, recently shared his thoughts on the value of the …

By Mary [uConnect]
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First-generation students should use information interviewing as part of their job search

One of the disadvantages that a first-generational student has when searching for a part-time, seasonal, internship, or entry-level job is a lack of a built-in network. Given that their parents didn’t go to college, it is less likely that they’ll …

By Steven Rothberg - College Recruiter
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How to market military experience on a resume and cover letter

Recent college grads and entry-level job seekers with military experience can set themselves apart from other job seekers because they have experience beyond the classroom that employers covet.

But the only way to do that is to create a resume …

By Matt Krumrie - College Recruiter
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Young women going into business: You need to hear this advice from EY’s Angela Ciborowski

 

For women who are interested in going into business, there are many fantastic opportunities out there and many challenges as well. We spoke with Angela Ciborowski to discuss how young women can empower themselves to succeed in starting a …

By Libby Rothberg - College Recruiter
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Have or about to Earn Your Business Degree? Entry Level Jobs that Might Interest You

If you have or are about to earn a degree in business, the following post has some entry level jobs you may want to consider.

It’s natural to wonder what entry level jobs will help you best utilize your business …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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Featured Resources

The Isenberg Resume: A How-To Guide for Undergraduate Students
The Isenberg Cover Letter: A How-to Guide for Undergraduate Students
Big Interview

The Big Interview platform gives students the skills and preparation they need for successful interviews, including effective responses to challenging …

How to Make a Career Coaching Appointment in Navigate

Read the Isenberg Student Appointment Scheduling Guide to learn how to connect with a career advisor!

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Big Interview Quick Start Guide
Networking & LinkedIn Guide

Learn the ins and outs of networking and how to use LinkedIn to build your network!

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Office of Career Success
Chase Career Center, Suite N207
Isenberg School of Management
UMass Amherst
121 Presidents Drive
Amherst, MA 01003

Chase Career Center Hours

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T 8:30am-5pm
W 8:30am-5pm
TH 8:30am-5pm
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