Real-World Resume Rescue for IB Majors

A strong resume is essential to a successful transition from school to the professional world, and McCombs students start perfecting theirs in their freshman year as part of their required coursework. But no coursework can replace real-world scrutiny and insight, and as student continue to grow, they need input from those in their desired profession to perfect.

Happily, the Center for Global Business Advisory Board is there to help. This spring, Board members will be match with upper division International Business majors who will submit their resume for review and feedback. Students will learn how their resume translates outside of UT, and Board members will have the opportunity to see first-hand how their expertise can make a difference.

The Center for Global Business is dedicated to connecting IB majors with their supporters. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us at msb-cgb@mccombs.utexas.edu to discuss your options.

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McCombs Center for Global Business develops and supports internationalization and global business education. Visit us at www.mccombs.utexas.edu/CGB for more.

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