CAREER PREP SEMINAR
|Mar 15||Hannah Lamb||Law|
|Mar 29||Carl Brinton||Non-profit||Managing Director of Strategy, Rockefeller Center|
|Apr 5||Craig Lively||Real estate||Enterprise Account Executive at New Relic|
|Apr 12||John Cho||TBD||Director of Strategic Relations at Diligently|
|Apr 19||Paul Anderton||Actuary||Senior Actuary at Cambia Health Solutions|
The Career Prep Seminar (Econ 210) is a one-credit class meant to assist economics majors with preparation for their careers including discussions about résumés, course planning, networking, graduate school, as well as learning about careers that several of our alumni have pursued.
In this course, BYU economics graduates share their experiences with their current and previous jobs and their advice for students. This is a great opportunity for students to hear from alumni who have experience working and can give valuable advice about the steps to a great career. These alumni represent a wide variety of career paths such as management consulting, economic consulting, law, tech, finance, supply chain, government, strategy, cyber security, investment banking, data science, economic development, public policy, venture capital, non-profit management, and others.
The class is offered once a week during fall and winter semesters. Please check the Course Schedule for when this class will be offered next.
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