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MAP events this week

The Management Achievement Program is excited to bring a few new and interesting topics to this summer’s MAP offerings, see below for details.

 

July 31st, 1:30-2:30pm, M-1-207

Job Search and Application Process-– The job search and application process can sometimes be confusing and overwhelming. This workshop will teach you how to navigate UMass Boston’s My Career Online as well as how to effectively search the major Internet job databases and apply on company websites. You will also learn about applicant tracking systems and why the use of key words on your resume and cover letter is critical in your job search. Lastly, you will gain an understanding the job application process all the way from applying for jobs through receiving an offer. Sign up in advance under “Career Fairs & Events” at https://www.myinterfase.com/umb/student/

August 6th, 12-1pm CC-3-3540

International Students and the Job Search–As an international student, you face specific career challenges in trying to secure employment in the United States. In this workshop you will learn effective job search techniques and strategies based on the book and website Power Ties by Dan Beaudry. Dan is a proven expert in the area of providing career advice for international students. In this workshop you will get advice about resumes, cover letters, networking and interviewing specifically geared to international students. Sign up in advance under “Career Fairs & Events” at https://www.myinterfase.com/umb/student/


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The Student Managed Fund has a new course number!

For the past few students, students who were interested in taking a class in the Student Managed Fund would enroll in AF 478, as Special Topics course.  This past spring, the Provost’s Office approved this special topics course section to become a full, regularly offered class with a new course number and title: AF 444 Assess Management Practicum.  This course will be run the same way past sections of AF 478 Special Topics: Student Managed Fund has been taught and offered.

If you are interested in taking this course, please enroll into AF 444 for the fall semester.  AF 444 is taught at the same time and by the same professor as the AF 478 course.

Days/Time: Monday  5:30PM – 8:15PM
Professor: Arindam Bandopadhyaya
Course Registration Number: 16920
Pre-requisites: AF 301 and 60 credits

 AF 444 will satisfy a finance concentration elective course for students in that concentration; or a general elective course for any undeclared student, or student with a concentration other than finance.

If you are interested in this course, and have met the pre-requisites, please enroll on Wiser as soon as possible.  If you need assistance with you registration, please complete an online registration form or talk with your advisor.


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Starting your career or business, check out the Entrepreneurship Sales & Marketing Course (MKT465)

Learn more about the Entrepreneurship Sales & Marketing Course, which will be offered this fall. This course is built and delivered by entrepreneurs from Boston’s leading innovation companies: http://vimeo.com/94882715.

If you’d like to get a head start on your own business or just want to secure that first high paying job, then sign up for MKT 465 for Fall 2014 semester through WISER (https://sm-prd.ucollaborate.net/UMassIdM/UMassSSOLoginForm.htm). If you have any questions please contact vdc@umb.edu.

 


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MAP events this week

The Management Achievement Program is excited to bring a few new and interesting topics to this summer’s MAP offerings, see below for details.

 

July 15th, 2014, 11am, CC-3-3540

Making the most of your summer job/internship— Are you currently working in a job or internship this summer and wondering how to make the most of it with regard to your future career? If so, you should attend this helpful workshop to learn how to leverage your summer experience. We will cover topics including ways to impress your supervisor and colleagues, how to write about your experience on your resume, ways to effectively network on the job, how to get a recommendation from your supervisor, and ways to increase your chances of receiving a full-time job offer after graduation. Sign up in advance under “Career Fairs & Events” at https://www.myinterfase.com/umb/student

 

July 31st, 1:30-2:30pm, M-1-207

Job Search and Application Process-– The job search and application process can sometimes be confusing and overwhelming. This workshop will teach you how to navigate UMass Boston’s My Career Online as well as how to effectively search the major Internet job databases and apply on company websites. You will also learn about applicant tracking systems and why the use of key words on your resume and cover letter is critical in your job search. Lastly, you will gain an understanding the job application process all the way from applying for jobs through receiving an offer. Sign up in advance under “Career Fairs & Events” at https://www.myinterfase.com/umb/student/

August 6th, 12-1pm CC-3-3540

International Students and the Job Search–As an international student, you face specific career challenges in trying to secure employment in the United States. In this workshop you will learn effective job search techniques and strategies based on the book and website Power Ties by Dan Beaudry. Dan is a proven expert in the area of providing career advice for international students. In this workshop you will get advice about resumes, cover letters, networking and interviewing specifically geared to international students. Sign up in advance under “Career Fairs & Events” at https://www.myinterfase.com/umb/student/

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