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How can business students land the job they want?

Most business students no longer believe they can sit back and walk into a job upon graduation. But there are many things they can do to increase their chances of being noticed and hired into a decent career track.

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Dale McNeely has been the Director of Business Career Services and Cooperative Education at the Alberta School of Business since 2007. He has been with the Alberta School of Business since 2003, where he was employed as a Co-op Program Coordinator. He completed his MBA in 2005 while working full-time. Before that, he worked professionally in international elite amateur sport, coaching for close to 20 years, and says he applies the principles associated with elite athlete development to the development of business students and professional skills.

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Darren Lafreniere is the founder of career advisory firm Final Round Prep, which coaches students interested in positions at management consulting firms. He is also the Director of the Ivey Consulting Project, and a lecturer in the MBA program at HEC Paris. He holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business.

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