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Ken Simmons

The most important thing that you can do at this time is to get to know yourself better and get an understanding of how you personality traits fit into various employment situations. I would like for you to review my blog, for which I have attached a link, to see what you can learn which might help you to learn how you can use your degrees to your benefit and to the benefit of others:

Visit My Career Advice Blog for Career Advice for All Ages
https://medium.com/@careervillage/ken-simmons-career-advice-for-students-on-careervillage-org-61edf0c57217
This will provide much helpful information developed from my years in Human Resources, College Recruiting, and Setting up and Running a program to help laid off workers return to work.

Let me know if you want me to work with you as a mentor. Your situation sounds very interesting to me.

Answered 1 year ago

Ken Simmons
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Tim Graham

There should be a career adviser / department in your MBA program. You should probably start there.

Answered 2 years ago

Tim Graham