Undergrad Business: Standing Out in the Job Search

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on May 18, 2011

Reader Michelle Spears asked: “As a undergraduate business student, conformity is often present in regard to your peers. How do you differentiate yourself as an undergraduate business student?”

We asked Bob Dammon, dean of Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business, for the answer:


Click here to visit Tepper’s undergraduate profile.

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Trying to find out if business school is for you? Then you've come to the right place. BusinessWeek editors Geoff Gloeckler and Louis Lavelle ask top b-school experts all your pressing questions--about strategies for getting in to a top program, landing a job at graduation, and everything in between. Check back often: new questions are added all the time.

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