Engage with Career Services and build self-support resources.
While job placement, internships and access to employers are important;
Career Services and students at the best schools do more. Look for Career
Services that have more people resources/student and can facilitate networking
opportunities via alumni relations. Also, successful students understand
employers screen the best recruits before they interview on campus. So make sure
you build relationships with faculty and join relevant clubs while in school.
USA Today College
Enroll in a computer science class.
You don't have to be a CS major to take a programming class. Tech
continues to dominate our lives and programming teaches you to think
sequentially. Plus, it's currently the #1 job skill in demand by
employers. Read more.
Inside Higher Ed
Changes to GMAT
The GMAT has added a new section designed to test the ability of MBA business students to analyze multiple kinds of information. Read more.