Executive Career Coaching

What is Executive Career Coaching?

The Executive Career Coaching program provides business executives with a high-impact opportunity to share their knowledge with current graduate students at the Robinson College of Business.

Fall 2016 Dates

Monday, November 7
Wednesday, November 9
Thursday, November 10

@ Buckhead Center
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Rd. NE
sixth floor lounge
Atlanta, GA 30302

Information for Employers

How are students identified?

This initiative has become one of the Career Advancement Center’s most highly rated programs. Our competitive application process pinpoints students who are currently enrolled in Robinson’s MBA and master’s programs. Applicants are matched with coaches based on common career interests, industry, and functional backgrounds.

Format and Coaching Commitment

Executive coaches typically select one day to volunteer and indicate their availability (morning/afternoon/evening). Each coach will be matched with three to four students. Coaches will meet with each student individually for 45 minutes. This is a one-time commitment, and there is no obligation to continue coaching after the program concludes.

How do I volunteer to serve as an executive coach?

The fall 2015 Executive Career Coaching program boasted the largest number of coaches and students since its inception. Given that success, we anticipate another strong turnout. We hope to utilize all executive coaches that sign up to volunteer, but their participation will be confirmed based on the number of students who attend.
Apply to volunteer 

Information for Graduate Students

Apply to participate 
Deadline: Monday, October 10 at midnight

Questions?

Marilyn Santiago
404-413-7165
msantiago@gsu.edu

Kristine Adams
404-413-7113
kadams47@gsu.edu