Change of Campus Students

Students can start their undergraduate Smeal degree at 19 different Commonwealth campuses.  Business Career Center resources and services are available to students pursuing Smeal at any campus. There are several resources available in order to be successful in your transition to Smeal.

Change of Campus Student Information

The Business Career Center offers resources and services specifically for the commonwealth campus population. Learn more below!

Who Should You Use as a Professional Reference?

By Rachel Pelta

A job offer is usually contingent on having positive professional references. And whether you
need one or three, figuring out who to use as a professional reference can be difficult if you
don’t have a lot of …

By Ashley Rippey
Ashley Rippey Executive Director
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Ways to Stand out During the Recruiting Cycle

Congratulations! A new semester has started and you are excited to be back on campus. You are eager to reconnect with friends and begin your classes, but the stressful recruiting cycle is looming ahead of you. It’s time to dust-off …

By Marissa Presser
Marissa Presser Senior Managing Consultant
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How to Virtually Stay Connected with the BCC

As we adjust to a new way of remote learning, here are all the ways you can stay connected with the Business Career Center resources and events!

Career Prep Resources

We have resources for all your career needs! Everything from …

By Emily Tressler
Emily Tressler Marketing Communications Specialist
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1 credit Career Planning & Strategies course (BA 297)

 

If you’re a campus student pursuing the Smeal College of Business, you are invited to take advantage of the optional 1 credit Career Planning & Strategies course (BA 297) taught by Smeal’s undergraduate Business Career Center BEFORE your enrollment at University …

By Lauren Watson
Lauren Watson Change of Campus Program Coordinator/Career Coach
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A Summer at the Zoo

The following is a blog crafted by Adam Martinez ’18 in description of his Summer ’17 internship with the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. To secure this internship, Adam: 1) thought outside of the box 2) utilized resources outside of …

By Ashley Rippey
Ashley Rippey Executive Director
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