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Career Development

The NYU Stern Executive MBA program is a valuable investment in your professional growth. To support your journey, our Career Center for Working Professionals (CCWP) is dedicated to helping you develop a long-term career plan. Whether you are aiming to advance within your industry, transition careers, or start a new business, the coaches at CCWP serve as partners to help you identify your professional goals, fine tune your resume, hone your interview skills, develop your pitch, utilize your network and more. 

CCWP offers a range of resources and tools for EMBA students and alumni. These include:

  • Career Coaching: Develop a customized career strategy through 1:1 meetings with CCWP coaching staff.  Coaching can be delivered via Zoom, telephone, or in-person. Access to Career Coaching begins on day one when students start the EMBA program and continues for the long term as a benefit to all graduates of Stern
  • Networking: Connect with alumni through the Stern Network and through industry speakers and alumni networking opportunities
  • Job Postings: Access targeted postings from Stern’s online job board 
  • Workshops: Attend sessions on a wide range of professional development topics relevant to Executive MBA students including pivot perspectives, personal brand and advancing your career toward board service
  • Industry Roundtables: Engage with alumni and industry leaders to enhance knowledge on market trends, specific job functions and possible career paths toward targeted professional goals
  • Online Resources: Access career content 24/7 via the EMBA Career Resource Hub Content includes:
  • Information and data on industries, companies, and salaries
  • Career assessments, worksheets and other self-reflection activities 
  • Strategies for career advancement, job search, and personal branding
  • Information on enhancing resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles
  • Recorded webcasts and industry panel discussions
  • Strategies and guides for interviewing and negotiating salary