Applying what is learned.
Connected to Business
The Cook School’s programs are rooted in academics and experience to ensure a proper blend of in-class knowledge and real-world application. Our longstanding relationships with the business community create perfect opportunities for students to put what they learn into meaningful real world experiences.
Through the Valerie A. Davisson Career Resources Center at the Cook School, students gain access to a full range of innovative processes and exposure to significant partnerships that drive business growth and success.
- Undergraduates: We are committed to our undergraduate students and have developed programs, such as specialized internships, to help them become leaders and gain an edge in the business community while still studying.
- Graduates: We provide graduate students career counseling advice that helps them find the right job. This journey is based upon a process that includes being methodical, staying focused and staying organized. The advisors at the center offer tremendous insight and support to help graduate students embark upon this significant phase of their lives.
- Alumni: Our alumni remain actively involved in the Cook School community, and the opportunity for students to build their network and develop relationships to Cook alumni can be quite beneficial.
By providing excellent career management education and personalized service to Cook School students and alumni, the Career Resources Center serves as the catalyst for creating meaningful connections and developing outstanding internships and employment opportunities.