To learn more about the program or schedule an appointment with an executive in residence, please contact Julie Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-854-6100.
Brown Bag Lunch Sessions
The program organizes brown bag lunch sessions that are led by an executive in residence with groups of 10 to 12 students. These sessions provide an intimate forum for students with similar interests to get to know a particular executive in residence in an informal setting. Participants submit their résumés in advance and receive individual attention and recommendations. To learn more or suggest a brown bag lunch session, please contact Julie Adams at email@example.com or 212-854-6100.
Other Career-Guidance Resources at the School
While the Executives in Residence Program is a separate resource from the Career Management Center (CMC), the center offers students career guidance and career-management tools. The CMC also manages recruiting presentations and sets up job interviews for students.
Related Clubs and Associations
Executives in residence frequently advise student-run clubs and participate in annual club conferences. The many student groups at the School provide a rich and varied complement to classroom instruction.
Mark Zurack, executive in residence and professor of finance economics, is an adviser to the CFA Charter Interest Club (CFACIC), a student-run club that connects students and alumni who hold or are interested in earning the CFA charter. Students and alumni interested in joining the club’s growing database of alumni with the CFA charter, serving as a mentor or learning about networking opportunities and club events are invited to e-mail Amit Karna ’08 at his lifetime Columbia e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.