Career Development Services for EAMBA Students
The mission of the Career Development Center is to provide career development resources that help students and alumni develop skills to successfully navigate their careers in a dynamic, global business environment.
Bush Executive Center, Room 118
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
To schedule appoinments, please use ADVISORTRAC. On-campus resources include:
Individual career strategy coaching | Job-search strategy development | Resume and cover letter assistance | Mock Interviews, with recording capabilities | Networking events and Career Expo | Career assessment tool: CareerLeader | On-campus employer information sessions | Networking events and Career Expo | Personal introductions to business leaders | Bloomberg Terminal | Access to Alumni | Designated computer lab | Weekly business journals to major cities | Personal and professional development seminars and webinars
INTERNSHIPS: Information and Required Forms
Online resources are available 24 hours a day and accessible anywhere there is an internet connection.
2014 Career Development Resources Guide
The Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business uses the R-CareerLink to house virtual resources available to students and graduates. It is a free, easy way to view and apply for positions in Central Florida and around the country.
Jobs for Tars - Our online job bank, where employers post positions directly for our current students and alumni. Create an account and gain access to employment opportunities. Upload resumes, cover letters and writing samples. Access this resource from your R-CareerLink account.
NACELink - Allows you to search for job postings nationally. Access this resource from your R-CareerLink account.
Access to local, national and international career and employment resources including world-wide job openings, industry profiles and country specific career information. This is an excellent resource for those who wish to relocate outside Florida. Information is available for over 90 US cities and countries. Access this resource from your R-CareerLink account.
Provides essential information on leading businesses in the most dynamic markets in the US. Access this resource from your R-CareerLink account.
Optimal Résumé - Interview Prep
Design high-impact résumés in several formats and include your résumé in your own professional website. The Interview Prep module allows you to practice and refine your interviewing skills from the comfort of your own home. When you are done with your "interview" you can preview your response and even share your practice session with your mentor or a member of the Career Development Center. If you have not yet registered with Optimal Résumé, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Career Development Center at 407-628-6374 to obtain the master password.
A collection of business databases that will assist in developing your target list of employers for internships and employment opportunities. Databases include Hoover’s Company Records, NetAdvantage and many others. Access these resources on the Olin Library website.
CareerLeader measures your interests, your abilities, and what you find most motivating in work. Used by over 400 leading business schools and corporations worldwide.
Join Crummer's online community at crummerconnect.rollins.edu as well as social and business networks: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Students and alumni have access to programs including continuing education seminars, career management forums, and networking opportunities. Events are held in the Orlando and across the US through the Crummer City Clubs
Bloomberg Terminal | On-site
Located in the Career Development suite, the Bloomberg terminal enables students to monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place traes on the electronic trading platform.