As a Rice Business student, you have access to thousands of alumni who work in different industries across the globe. Tapping into this network – through online platforms or coffee chats – is critical to your career success.
Although networking often does result in job opportunities, the point is not to simply use others to find jobs. It is a lifelong process of expanding your sphere of influence, helping others, and receiving help in return. The resources found on this page will guide you through the full cycle of networking, from creating the perfect pitch to ramping up your online profiles.
Build Your Online Personal Brand Worksheet
Use this worksheet to identify the most relevant content to showcase in your online profile:
• Decide what appeals your audience.
• Based on their needs, select information to feature that interests them.
How to Request for an Informational Meeting
What will you say to someone you barely know that will convince them to meet with you – either face-to-face
or on the phone — for 20 to 30 minutes?
Here are 8 tips to help!
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 …
CORe Earning Your MBA
If you’re considering earning your MBA, you may be furiously researching and visiting schools, studying for the GMAT, or starting your applications. What you might not have considered is how to get ready once …
While the National Black MBA Associate (NBMBAA) does offer a FAQs page, the answers provide little insight on whether you should actually attend the Career Fair that typically takes place the last week in September every year. So, here is …
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 …
The company you want to work for is looking for you. That is the nature of the contemporary job market and it calls for a different approach for the job seeker. Now you can find the company you want to …