Jeremiah Guy-Williams hopes to use what he's learned pursuing his bachelor of business administration at The University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business to help others like him. He recently spoke with Competitive Advantage about his drive and where he hopes it takes him.
Career coach Damali Harding shares tips on how to beat these feelings of unworthiness, known as impostor syndrome.
To help students prepare for and navigate this year's virtual Competitive Advantage conference, we’ve compiled a list of tips. Read on to make the most of your 2020 Competitive Advantage experience.
Career readiness isn't always learned in college. Things like networking and professional development build important soft skills and grow your circle of professional connections. Luckily, there are programs that can help.
Coming from a background with two supportive parents who were never able to go to college themselves but instilled in him the power and importance of education and hard work, MBA Bryan Shepherd is fueled by these values, which he, too, hopes to impress upon others.
Only a few more weeks until the annual Competitive Advantage conference — when college students from across the country come together to build their leadership skills, explore career options and opportunities, connect with corporate executives and learn about graduate school. The application is still open! Read on to learn how to increase your chances of being selected.
WashU student Austin Moulder attributes much of his ambition to his humble upbringing and his desire to have an impact.
As an undergraduate at Hampton University, Rachel Sutton studied psychology and got a taste for hands-on research. Now, the Competitive Advantage alum is about to begin her pursuit of a PhD in human factors at Wichita State University. Sutton recently shared with us how her interest in human factors began and how Competitive Advantage helped solidify her decision to pursue in this complex field.
For 2019 Competitive Advantage alum Mya Reeves, the drive to succeed and the confidence to go for what she wants helped her land not just one but five job offers as a result of her experience at the Competitive Advantage conference.
When it came to a major, Cherish Dean says she “was majorly undecided.” Now she's confidently pursuing industrial psychology and will complete an internship at Liberty Mutual this summer. So what made the difference for Dean? She says, being proactive and pursuing the right opportunities.