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Let's Talk Business: Who is the Ideal Chambers College Student?

Kyle Patrick, undergraduate recruiter, knows exactly who the ideal Chambers College student is. (Spoiler: it's you.)

'The business world is changing, and here at the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, we’re adapting to make sure you’ll be prepared to lead the charge.

Our education is more innovative than ever before. Our students have direct access to hands-on lab spaces that allow them to learn by doing. Our alumni are game changers, entrepreneurs, and are molding the future of their industries.

Who is the ideal Chambers student?

The answer to that question is simple: the ideal Chambers student is everyone, including you!

Our students are passionate, caring and innovative, which leads to great success in the classroom and way beyond it. Every student is different and has different needs, and that is exactly why we invest so much into making sure those needs are met.

We want every single one of our students to fit in at the Chambers College, and from the very beginning, we’ll help you find your place. The Becker Academic engagement Success Center (or AeSC), the Business Communication Center and the Center for Career Development are here to help you overcome the challenges of transitioning from high school to college, and from college to your career. Our resources ensure you'll be successful in and out of the classroom, from your first class to your first job.

The Chambers College is not afraid to adapt to the evolving business world, and this starts with our students. Every Chambers student has their own unique path, and so do you, even if you don’t know it when you first arrive here.

Once you're here, we’ll help you find that path to success. When we say Chambers is for everyone, we mean it.

Want to learn more about how the Chambers College can support you on your journey to professional success? Just get in touch!

Kyle Patrick
Undergraduate Recruiter

"Let's Talk Business" is a series of guest blogs written by members of the Chambers College community. All views expressed in this post are the author's own.

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