How College to Career Works

 

Through an intensive one week model with a supplemental follow-up session College to Career students will be exposed to:

  • Professional Development
  • Self-Assessment Exercises
  • Case Study Exploration
  • Job Search Skills
  • Guest Speakers from Professional Industries
  • MBA Admissions

 College to Career Workshop in Session 

Our sessions will allow you to understand management fields while being able to network with professional industry guest speakers.  C2C curriculum topics include: 

  • Office Culture
  • Managing Your Interests in a Professional Setting
  • The Art of Public Speaking
  • Tech Savvy
  • Finding a Job in Today's Economy
  • The Successful Internship

During the summer months, students will first participate in a week-long session being exposed to differing topics as mentioned above. Following the one-week session workshop, C2C student undertake an internship where they apply learned skills while remaining active in completing assigned program assignments.  To ensure sucessful program
 completion, all C2C students are to attend the final follow-up session where they will present on their internship experience along with being introduced to the MBA through UCLA Anderson staff.

In addition, C2C students are exposed to the Riordan MBA Fellows Program to learn how a graduate-level management degree can benefit ones career options.  Through our approach we hope to empower students with support, guidance, and tools to advance professional growth.  For more information please email us at margie.cruz-hassan@anderson.ucla.edu or call us at 310-206-3597.    


About The Riordan Programs
Founded in 1987, The Riordan Programs is a pioneering career-based outreach program that motivates high school students, college students and recent college graduates from diverse backgrounds and under-served communities to consider and prepare for careers in management through education, mentorship and professional development. The Riordan Programs has since been recognized as the defining model for such programs.

The Riordan Programs sets the standards high by encouraging individuals (high school age through post-baccalaureate) with little guidance and mentorship to consider careers in business and to seek graduate-level education opportunities. We exercise preparation as one the fundamental attributes to the success of an individual, and therefore, succeed in preparing our participants to be admissible to top universities and graduate programs and for leadership positions in the business community and society. Our training program anticipates the many challenges of the workforce and provides a fulfilling balance of curriculum and hands on experience that will enhance their career goals in management.

About UCLA Anderson School of Management
UCLA Anderson School of Management, established in 1935, is regarded among the very best business schools in the world. UCLA Anderson faculty are ranked #1 in "Intellectual Capital" by BusinessWeek and are renowned for their teaching excellence and research in advancing management thinking. Each year, UCLA Anderson provides management education to more than 1,600 students enrolled in MBA, Executive MBA, Fully-Employed MBA and doctoral programs, and to more than 2,000 professional managers through executive education programs. Combining highly selective admissions, varied and innovative learning programs, and a world-wide network of 35,000 alumni, UCLA Anderson develops and prepares global leaders.

Program Contact Information
The Riordan Programs, (310) 206-3597, Email: margie.cruz-hassan@anderson.ucla.edu