Internships and networking go hand-in-hand Clark Gregor October 18, 2011 The Financial Times recently reported on the results of a Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) survey, which showed that MBA graduates who completed an internship during their studies were significantly more likely to find a job than their classmates who did not have an internship. The study also noted that in some industries, such as consulting, about 70 percent of interns were hired on for full-time positions after graduation. The Graduate Business Career Services team at UST assists current MBA students and alumni with job and internship searches. The team not only provides one-on-one career coaching but also organizes a variety of workshops and networking events that help you make professional connections. These connections can be critical as you search for your next internship or full-time position. Ready to start focusing on your career search? Come to tonight’s career skills session, which helps you understand how to explain the significance of your UST MBA experience to employers. Put your networking skills to use tomorrow morning at the Master’s Connection, part of a regular series of breakfast networking events sponsored by Graduate Business Career Services. Students and alumni looking for internships or jobs should remember to check Career Link on a regular basis, as postings are updated daily. Log in to ensure that your profile and resume are up-to-date so that you’ll be ready to apply for new opportunities! RelatedIs going to B-School a good choice for you?New Mayo Innovation Scholars NamedAlumna Profile: Beth McGuire M.B.C. ’07Meet John Notman ’09 M.B.A.