CBS students and recent alumni (up to two years after graduation) can meet with a career coach to prepare for life after their undergraduate career. Make an appointment with the CBS career staff by calling 612-624-9717.
Students can meet with a career coach for help with:
- Resources for career exploration
- Internship, job and networking strategies
- Résumé or cover letter writing
- Graduate school personal statement
- Practice interviewing
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CBS Career Coaches
Rebecca Diaz, Coordinator of Career Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
CBS students looking for either career or pre-health coaching can meet with Rebecca Diaz to prepare for life after their undergraduate career. She works with students on career exploration, résumé, cover letter and graduate school personal statement development, as well as preparing for the job search or professional health-education programs.
Rebecca Dordel, Career Coach, email@example.com
CBS students interested in going directly into the world of work or in pursuing graduate education outside of the health professions are encouraged to meet with Rebecca. She works with students on career exploration, résumé, cover letter and graduate school personal statement development, mock interviewing and job and internship search strategies.