Career Interests

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Accounting

Accounting, at its core, is a process of identifying, recording, analyzing, summarizing and reporting financial information to decision makers.  Accounting knows no boundaries and transcends industries and companies, ranging from Fortune 500 companies, to family-owned small businesses, to non-profits, to government agencies, and everything in between.

Consulting

Consultants are looked at as experts or a professional in a specific field and have a wide knowledge of the subject matter.  Employers may hire a consultant to  provide an outside, objective point of view to help their organization spot problems or improve their performance in ways that the organization might not be able to see themselves.

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a way of life, a mindset that transcends specific job titles, career paths, and industries. While it can mean starting a new enterprise, entrepreneurial careers can be found (or created) in just about every field, industry, and organization!

Finance

The finance industry offers quite an array of career path opportunities that require different quantitative and business skills. Whether you love interacting directly with clients or prefer to add value from behind the scenes, you can find both types of careers in the Financial Services industry.

Marketing

Marketing is an enterprise-wide function that connects the customers and the organization in a competitive marketplace. Assuming such a broad and boundary-spanning role, the marketing function encompasses a range of responsibilities and activities. It takes a team of professionals to execute the marketing function. 

Media & Entertainment

The M&E industry attracts a wide variety of personalities and backgrounds; creative, innovative people are welcome, as are those with a knack for analyzing and prioritizing news, creating business plans, negotiating contracts, pitching and selling, marketing and promoting, or crunching numbers.

Real Estate

Have you thought about going into Real Estate after you graduate from college? Many students do and find that it is a great start to their professional career journey. Many of the skills that you will learn in your first Real Estate job will be applicable to other career paths which can open opportunities for you.

Social Impact & Sustainability

Companies across nearly every industry are shifting to more impact-conscious practices. Social impact jobs have a strong focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which are meant to inspire people and organizations to take action to create a more sustainable and equitable future.

Technology & Project Management

A career in Tech allows for you to be part of a dynamic industry that is often the leader in creating interactive and forward-thinking companies.  As technology organizations grow, they often take on more Product Managers to successfully oversee current products in their portfolio and help launch new ones. 

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