Cal State Fullerton’s business graduate students are seeking the next advancement in their careers or a new career direction. Supporting them in their efforts is Andre Rishi, the graduate career advisor at Mihaylo Career Services, who brings nearly 12 years of higher education vocational advising history to support the graduate students of Cal State Fullerton’s business college.
Want more career support but have trouble finding time? Andre’s got you covered, even if you have a full-time job.
Available for half-hour career advising appointments Monday through Friday until 7 p.m., which can be scheduled online through AppointmentQuest, you’ll have the opportunity to get your résumé and cover letter reviewed, mastermind your vertical move or career transition, get tips on the latest social media practices that win for today’s job seekers, and plan your best strategy for the rest – and best – of your working life.
Andre, a New York University fine arts grad with a background in acting, knows how you can put your best foot forward whether you are looking to make a move in the company you currently work at or are looking to break into a different industry.
An avid international traveler, Andre knows about the world, which equips him to advise students in today’s globalized age.
“I love to travel whenever possible and my favorite destinations so far are Costa Rica, Abu Dhabi, Malaysia and Indonesia,” he says.
Also be sure to sign up for the monthly graduate career newsletter, which provides tips for landing interviews as well as an updated list of featured jobs. Let Andre know you’ve applied to these jobs, so he can advocate on your behalf, as Mihaylo Career Services has built a relationship with each of the featured employers.
Check out our video with Andre about what he can do for you.
For more on how Andre can help you, reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 657-278-7997. Or visit Mihaylo Career Services online or at SGMH 1401 for more ways to get your career tuned up, including workshops and events covering a wide range of industries.
One such upcoming event, exploring living and working in Canada, is designed for international graduate students and will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 5:30 p.m. in SGMH 3210. Register today!