Most students pursue an Executive MBA degree to advance their careers. Whether your ultimate goal is to gain access to promotion opportunities with your current employer, seek opportunities with other employers or even start your own business, the Foster School offers a wide range of services and resources tailored to the needs of mid-career professionals with executive ambitions.
A key to leveraging the Executive MBA for career advancement is to work with a career coach who understands your challenges and opportunities at mid-career. Author and EMBA career coach, Lewis Lin, brings his 15 years of experience in companies like Google and Microsoft, as well as coaching experience. He is available by appointment to work with students on a range of issues, from facing a sudden change in their employment status to developing a new career path. He helps students looking for new jobs as well as those who need help negotiating job offers and navigating challenging workplace circumstances. In addition to personal career coaching, Lewis also offers workshops on a variety of career development topics, tailored to the needs of EMBA students and alumni.
Executive MBA Network
When you become a Foster Executive MBA student, you gain access to a power network of alumni. EMBA students become well acquainted with classmates and members of their study teams and also have multiple opportunities to network with other students and alumni at special events hosted by the program. Whether you want to explore a new career path or land an informational interview with a key employer, the EMBA network will open doors for you.