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Academic and career guidance coupled with personal development and networking can help students navigate the complex world of global business and leadership.
Mentor Program
 
The Center for Global Management Mentor Program connects current full-time MBA, FEMBA, EMBA and UCLA-NUS EMBA students with members of the center's advisory board, a dedicated and actively engaged group of visionary global leaders spanning a variety of geographies and industries.

CGM board member Brent Smith (’86), co-founder and managing partner of LevelOne Capital Ltd., with one of his two mentees from the full-time MBA Class of 2020, Angela Arunarsirakul. Arunarsirakul received a summer internship with the United Nations Technology Innovation Lab (UNTIL) in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, that looks at digital innovation initiatives that will accelerate the adoption and achievement of the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and a full-time offer to join Bain & Co. in Southeast Asia.

2021-22 CGM Mentor Program Timeline
 
October 2021 - June 2022
The 2021-22 timeline will be available late Summer, 2021

Application Deadline

Friday, October 8, 2021 (noon Pacific time deadline)

Review of Applications

October (students may be called for interviews during this time period)

Final Pairing & Notification

Late October/Early November, 2021 (anticipated)

Eligibility

Selection Process

Application Process and Timeline

Apply
 
To apply, or to request further information, please contact:
Lucy Allard
Executive Director, Center for Global Management
lucy.allard@anderson.ucla.edu
Days on the Job
 

In partnership with the Parker Career Management Center, student clubs organize on-site visits known as Days-on-the-Job (DOJs) with companies and recruiters in the U.S. and abroad. In mid-December 2019, the Greater China Business Association (GCBA) organized a Greater China DOJ. Fourteen students met with JD.com, Kuaishou, Lenovo and Plug & Play in Beijing; Ctrip, Google China and Johnson & Johnson in Shanghai; and Tencent in Shenzhen. In addition, students met with UCLA Anderson alumni at mixers in all three cities.

While travel restrictions inhibited in-person visits during the 2020-21 academic year, the Parker CMC remained in close contact with many employers and alumni to enhance ongoing relationships, as well as forge new connections with local startups and global conglomerates. The Parker CMC, in conjunction with the international identity clubs, will continue to build and strengthen corporate recruiting partnerships internationally as well as domestically during the 2021-22 academic year.