Jessica Campbell

Director, Corporate and Employer Relations

Jessica Campbell

Jessica Campbell serves as Director, Corporate and Employer Relations at the Rice Business Career Development Office. Jessica has been at Rice University since 2011, and previously led the employer relations team at the Rice University Center for Career Development, before transitioning into the MBA career center in 2019. Prior to Rice, Jessica worked in career services at the University of Houston and at a non-profit.

Jessica has been actively involved in several professional organizations, including MBA CSEA, where she currently co-chairs the Employer Relations Resource Group. Jessica has also been an active member of SoACE (Southern Association of Colleges and Employers) since 2007, where she current serves as Conference Chair and previously chaired the Employer Relations Knowledge Group and New Members Committee. Jessica previously served as President, Secretary, Texas Job Fair Chair and Professional Development Chair for HACCC (Houston Area Consortium of Career Centers). Jessica holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Houston.

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Leadership Lessons from 15 Women Founders & CEOs

At the time of writing, women are the CEOs of 41 companies of the Fortune 500; for anyone not looking to do math today, that’s about 8%. And that distressingly low number is actually higher than its ever been. The …

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6 Great Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

In interviews, hiring managers and recruiters will inevitably ask, “So, do you have any questions for me?” And when they do, you better have at least a few questions prepared to ask. As for which questions you should ask, below …

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Navigating Professional Development When Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life

Deciding to leave active duty and transition to civilian life is often a stressful and difficult decision. Upon transition, military members might have questions about what their next moves should be. Should they go back to school? Venture a new …

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OWL Careers Tip – Get your resume in front of the right employers!

Our employer partners want to connect with you! Here are two things you can do in OWL Careers to help get your resume in front of companies in a more targeted way:

Upload your Resume to Industry-Specific Resume Books – New …

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6 Things To Do for Information Sessions On Campus

Recruiting is hybrid this year, and while many employers are opting for virtual sessions, we are also excited to welcome employers back on campus who are hosting information sessions in person. It’s been awhile, so we wanted to share some …

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9 Tips for Your Resume Email Subject Line (So Someone Actually Reads the Thing)

You’ve poured some sweat into that resume (hopefully no tears). It’s tailored top to bottom, chock full of action verbs, and bursting with powerful bullet points, and you finally feel like it’s polished and ready to go. Now you just …

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How to Create a Powerful LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn has more 55 million registered companies, and some 86 percent of recruiters use LinkedIn to help them find qualified candidates. This means if you’re looking to grow your career, using the networking platform is a necessity. And if you’re …

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What’s a Phone Screen? Here’s What You Need to Know Before That “Quick Chat” With the Recruiter

So you got an email back from a job you applied to—awesome! The person who reached out is asking to schedule a phone screen. Or perhaps they’re asking to schedule a “quick chat” or “brief phone call.” What does this …

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How to Learn Like a Management Consultant

In management consulting, you’re expected to quickly get up to speed with a client’s market position, competitive advantages, financial standing, and overall business model. Clients pay top dollar for consultants, expecting them to offer meaningful insights and actionable plans. Therefore, …

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Trying to Find the Right Career and Job for You? Use This Hierarchy of Needs Approach

Finding a good fit between your personality and your career happens when there’s synchronicity between your tasks, the environment you’re in, and the value you both provide and receive from your responsibilities.

Research backs up the theory that personality-job fit …

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