A couple of weeks ago some classmates and I had the opportunity to attend the National Society of Hispanic MBA Conference & Career Expo, thanks to the Fisher Latino Association. Just a month after starting the MBA program, I was already in touch with over a hundred companies who value diversity and were looking for candidates for possible full time jobs and internships. The conference & career expo was a two-day event in Anaheim, California. It was a great experience to practice networking, discuss your resume and goals. This event also gave me the evidence of why may I need at least two versions of my resume according to the type of company I am looking for. I made some connections that hopefully would help me in the future. At the conference, we had great support from Fisher alumni who gave us advice and tips on how to succeed in the job search process. They understand you and you feel like part of a family.
Just to mention some of the companies present at NSHMBA: Microsoft, HP, IBM, Amazon, GE, P&G, General Mills, J&J, Toyota, etc. I had a great time there, and had the chance to get to better know my Latino classmates from Fisher.
As you see, Fisher is always looking to offer you opportunities to succeed in your goals; this is a clear example.