Are you deeply passionate about your job right now? Or perhaps you don't feel as connected as you once did? Whatever the situation, it is possible to infuse passion into your work and your life and step into a career that excites you.
UNM's Anderson School of Management has been offering the highest quality career and professional programs to the business community for more than 25 years. With small class sizes, top notch instructors and convenient schedules, we are committed to adult learners with their diversity of interests and needs.
The Anderson School of Management is always in search of motivated, bright, talented, and friendly individuals. If you are interested in a position with the Anderson School of Management, the following will help you in your search of an intellectual environment.
Dr. Leslie Boni, Chair for the Finance, International, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Department at UNM Anderson, will receive the Community Leadership Award at Anderson's 2013 Hall of Fame.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education, has announced the election of Richard G. Brody to the ACFE Board of Regents. ACFE also recognized Professor Rich Brody as Educator of the Year. The prestigious ACFE Outstanding Achievement Awards recognize the contributions of anti-fraud professionals worldwide. The Educator of the Year Award is presented to an ACFE Educator member who has made an outstanding contribution in anti-fraud education.
Anderson's John Benavidez receives the UNM Alumni Faculty Teaching Award. John Benavidez has been teaching at UNM since 1997 upon graduating with his M.B.A. from Anderson. His teaching focuses on marketing including, but not limited to, advertising, digital marketing, promotions management, and marketing management. Benavidez constantly seeks to support students at UNM. He serves as faculty advisor for Collegiate DECA and is a faculty representative on the Student Union Building Board. After several years of teaching at the University, he received the Outstanding Lecturer of the Year Award in 2004. In 2009, Benavidez received the Distinguished Professor Award from The Wall Street Journal.
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If you're interested in recruiting Anderson students for an internship or a full-time or part-time position, please contact the Anderson Career Services office.
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If you're interested in working with any of Anderson's student organizations, please contact the Anderson Career Services office.
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The faculty and staff of Anderson School of Management are dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and service. This commitment is focused on ensuring the success of our 1,600 students.
UNM Anderson School of Management Mentorship Program partners alumni and local business professionals with juniors, seniors and graduate students for career preparation assistance. Mentors and their protégés connect through various career fields as well as inspire relationship building and networking among students, alumni and community members through mentoring. Mentoring offers a unique opportunity to establish and leverage connections using an online vehicle to provide career advice, review of resumes, practice interviewing skills, and answering questions related to a particular field/profession.
Mentors tell it like it is. They provide another voice that stresses the importance of a strong work ethic, a professional attitude and effective time management.
Mentoring serves to supplement the knowledge students have acquired through coursework and to provide them a valuable opportunity to benefit from the experience of a professional in a particular area of interest. Through the mentoring process, students have the opportunity to not only learn firsthand about their field of interest, but also gain insight regarding their personal growth and maturity.
Looking for a professional mentor to provide you with career advice and insight? Look no further than the Professional Network (ProNet)! Find your perfect match from our database of alumni mentors and volunteer career advisers.
This program offers a variety of search criteria to make locating a compatible mentor easy. Search for mentors by: geographic area, industry, job function, graduation year, and more.
Once you find a potential match, simply “Express Interest” to instantly launch the connection, or save the contact to your favorites for later review.
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Anderson School of Management
1 University of New Mexico
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Anderson School of Management
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