Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business houses an office dedicated to helping its students achieve classroom success and purposely prepare for careers. The Business Career Services Office has released its 2019-20 annual report, which includes:
- A message from Executive Director of Business Career Services, Michelle Boisclair.
- Virtual professional and leadership development resources, including: STEP -- Student Track Employment Plan; What's after this? A podcast series; a report from the employer town hall; and an update on the Emerging Leaders Certification.
- Student and young alumni profiles of Wendell Addy, Sam Cheatham, Kaylee Combs, Zoe Huffines, Arnoldo Martinez and Hannah Ross.
Read the report at Issuu.com.
Related: The staff in Business Career Services also share first destination statistics -- employment rates, salaries and additional information regarding undergraduates six months post-graduation -- annually. The most recent data is now online, business.appstate.edu/results. To learn more about Walker College of Business first destination statistics or programs offered in the BB&T Student Leadership Center, contact Michelle Boisclair, firstname.lastname@example.org or (828) 262-7579 or visit the website, businesscareers.appstate.edu.
About Business Career Services at Appalachian State University
Business Career Services in the BB&T Student Leadership Center provides opportunities for business students to build career skills through professional and leadership development training. The center provides career services with personalized coaching and support to business students as they prepare for a career beyond Appalachian. Learn more at businesscareers.appstate.edu.