And it’s corny but true that the students in the Master of Taxation program inspire me. They are amazing — graduating in one year, working full time, being a parent and studying for CPA exams. Some even go through this program with a new baby or a toddler.
There are a plethora of career management services available at PSU’s School of Business. The options range from co-creating comprehensive career action plans, to securing a mentor who has knowledge in your field of interest. Don’t know where to start? I’ve included a list of resources to help you make the most of your student experience:
I have always been interested in human development, and consequently career development. My role as lead ambassador allows me to have conversations with individuals who are at a pivot point in their development, whether they are looking to be promoted within their own companies or change careers.
Through my cohort, international experience, events and guest speakers, Portland State University has introduced me to a lot of people I would not have met otherwise. Some of these people have helped me discover career possibilities that I did not know existed.