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Who is Pathway Guidance Program For?
 
Are You...
Feeling stagnant on the career path, not seeing great future prospects?
Open to the idea of further education, but don’t know if graduate management education is the right next step?
In the midst of a “non-traditional” career path, wondering how to advance?
Looking for information and relatable role models that can promote career development?
Curious about different perspectives on graduate management education from people who have been there?
Feeling stagnant on the career path, not seeing great future prospects?
What  Pathway Guidance Program Offers
 
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StructureIncludes: Workshops on life/career balance: goal setting/self-awareness exercises in life and career, what is the return on investment, addressing imposter syndrome for understanding and aligning your GME choices with your authentic goals

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1:1 guidance through the GME landscape from a graduate from UCLA Anderson

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Belonging in a small, supportive community of explorers who share similar experiences/questions about GME and career opportunities

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Direct access to admissions counselors from all UCLA Anderson master’s programs

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SupportIncludes: Workshops on financing GME, tips on essay writing and how to build the right resume for “nuts and bolts”
application success

What is Required of  Pathway Guidance Program Explorers?
 
Time  
3-5 Hours Each Quarter
Participation  
Willingness to participate in and learn from supportive, honest conversations
CommitmentsProgram Commitments Include: 2-hour Orientation (2nd Wednesday of September)
1-hour Quarterly workshops
30min -1 hour monthly check-ins with Guide
Participation in three 5-10 minute surveys
Next Steps
 
Who is PGP for? 
 
Feeling stagnant on the career path, not seeing great future prospects
Open to the idea of further education, but don’t know if graduate management education is the right next step
In the midst of a “non-traditional” career path, wondering how to advance
Looking for information and relatable role models that can promote career development
Curious about different perspectives on graduate management education from people who have been there