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Margaret Roberts
Director
Career Management Center
Eberhardt School of Business
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
mroberts1@pacific.edu

Career Management for Business Students

Your career success is our first priority. Our services are tailored to your needs in preparing for entry into the business world, whether you are seeking an internship, your first entry-level position, or advancing your career as a graduate student.

All Eberhardt students have direct access to a dedicated Career Management Center embedded in the school. Our services include:

  • One-on-one career coaching to help you clarify your goals and action plans to achieve your desired career outcomes 
  • Guidance in developing resumes and cover letters that get results
  • Job search strategy and tactical advice to help you navigate the process in a competitive environment
  • Interview skills training and preparation through workshops, mock interviews with employer/alumni volunteers, and strategy sessions with CMC staff
  • Help with articulating and promoting your professional brand through direct and social media networking (emphasis on optimizing your LinkedIn profile)
  • Assistance in making meaningful connections with alumni and employers to expand your professional network
  • Facilitating on-campus recruitment opportunities to put you directly in touch with recruiters through company presentations, on-campus interviews, and career fairs 
  • Support in executing your internship and post-graduation job search efforts - when you hit an unexpected obstacle we'll help you figure out how to overcome those challenges
  • Help in evaluating job offers, the negotiations process, and the decision analysis to support your choice of the best opportunity for you

Specifically for undergraduate business and accounting (bachelors and blended) students:

  • A one-unit Career Development Seminar which is part of the business degree core and taken during the junior year; this class will help you prepare for your internship search, polish your resumes, enhance your interview skills, and understand the demands and expectations of the professional world

Specifically for full-time MBA and MAcc students:

  • A weekly Career Development course to build and focus on the skills necessary for selecting the best fit in both career and employer, as well as training in the tactics of a successful job search
  • Facilitated monthly small group strategy sessions and one-on-one support to ensure your success in landing a required summer business internship (for MBAs only)

Additional Career Services support on campus:
Pacific students also have access to the Career Resource Center which offers a wide array of services and resources to support student career development and success.