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First-Year Students

Attend an RSB Class Information Session
First-year students should attend annual class information sessions with selected Robins School of Business (RSB) Faculty, Staff, and Career Services during the month of September. Those faculty and staff include the Robins School student services coordinator; the director of career programs in business at the Center for Professional Skills and Development; the associate dean for international business programs; the Executive-in-Residence corporate partner(s); the associate director for career services and RSB liaison for finance and marketing; and the associate director of career services and RSB liaison for accounting, consulting, economics, international business, and management - both from from the Office of Alumni and Career Services.
Meet with Designated Career Services Advisors
Staff from the Office of Alumni and Career Services serve as liaisons to Robins School students interested in particular career paths. Daily drop-in hours are held weekdays from 2–4 p.m. in Suite Q273, or students can make an appointment by calling 804-289-8547.
Attend RSB Executive Speaker Series or C-Suite Conversation Events
Students can take advantage of many opportunities to hear directly from business leaders through the Executive Speaker Series and C-Suite Conversations.
Attend Career Programming
Career Services plans a wide variety of career and graduate school-related events throughout the year that are directly applicable to business school students. Register to attend via SpiderConnect.  For example, you do not want to miss the evening of etiquette dinner/reception that will help you strengthen networking skills and confidence in a business setting. Students are also encouraged to completed the Wellness-090 Course on Career Exploration.
Explore Campus or RSB Student Organizations
Campus student organizations and Robins School of Business student organizations can provide leadership experience related to career and personal interests.
Meet with RSB staff

Staff at the business school can provide students with helpful information and advice. Students are encouraged to meet with the student services coordinator for questions about courses and declaring a major/minor; the director of career programs in business, for programming and professional skill development; and the executives in residence, for career exploration with retired business executives.

Building Your Brand

Everything from your emails to class attendance shapes how faculty, staff, and potential employers view you. Here are Career Services resources to consider when presenting yourself.