Graduate Career Services
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Students work closely with the office of Graduate Career Services (GCS) during the course of their graduate business programs. In fact, Advanced Professional Development—a required course focusing on career readiness, professional development and leadership—is led by GCS Director Frank Oprandy.
The GCS mission is to assist graduate business students with career exploration and professional development, while preparing them to reach their career aspirations. GCS works with both students and employers in an effort to establish mutually beneficial relationships. GCS assists employers with on and off-campus recruiting strategies, as well as connecting them with the right candidates for available positions.
Graduate Career Services is located in Suite 4010 of Horton-Hardgrave Hall. Whether you’re a graduate student looking for an internship or an employer looking for qualified candidates, please email Frank.Oprandy@auburn.edu.
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Career Preparation Road Map
In the course of your program, you will follow the road map below to prepare for engagement with prospective employers. Preparation includes everything from mock interviews to offer negotiation. Along the way, you will be provided a number of opportunities to meet with employers at career fairs, employer site visits and in-class presentations.