Scaling Engagement with Career Services in a Business School Environment

Learn how two business school career leaders maximize student engagement and improve outcomes.

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Gene Rhee, Toni Rhorer

When it comes to student engagement with career services and resources, business schools are a different beast.

First, most students enrolled in business schools (especially those in graduate programs) have specific goals and expectations around post-graduation outcomes. As a result, they often require more frequent and specialized engagement with career services. 

Second, it’s no secret that rankings and reputation play a critical role in the success of every business school. Career outcomes directly influence both of those things, which is why many business schools have their own career centers and leverage their own relationships with employers, faculty, alumni, and more. 

In this webinar, we’ll talk with Toni Rhorer of the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego and Gene Rhee of the Lundquist College of Business at University of Oregon about how they’ve scaled engagement with career services. 

Toni and Gene will share tactical strategies about:

  • How they get buy-in from faculty to embed career development into curriculum
  • How they partner with admissions (and use outcomes data)
  • How they use technology to make resources available 24/7
  • How they leverage student clubs, alumni, employers, and more for large-scale programming
  • How they’ve turned 1:1 appointments into personalized, high-value sessions

About our guests

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    Gene Rhee

    Executive Director of Mohr Career Services
    Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon
  • Toni Rhorer

    Executive Director of the Career Management Center
    Rady School of Management, UC San Diego