Registration is limited to 200 people, please sign up on GTS to secure your spot.
The Graduate Career Center is excited to announce its first Career Exploration Week, which will take place from Oct. 25- 29. Join esteemed guests and fellow colleagues to learn more about launching your career.
Concentrations in Action Day, taking place on Oct. 26, is divided into two sessions.
- Session 1 9:30 – 10:30 am EST – Coffee Conversations & Concentrations | Join the Graduate Career Center staff and D’Amore-McKim faculty for an informal Conversations and Concentrations coffee chat. Sip on light refreshments as you learn the basics of the business school’s concentration curriculum.
- Session 2 10:45 am – 2:30 pm EST – Concentrations in Action Panel | This in-person panel, hosted at the Fenway Center, will feature esteemed panelists from various industries. Learn how to apply your concentrations to real-world scenarios and connect with Career Planning Manager Tim Chezar to prepare for an unprecedented business world. The panel will include an intermission and catered lunch.
Tim Chezar, MSBA Career Planning Manager, Graduate Career Center.
As MSBA Career Planning Manager, Tim offers specialized and personal career advising to students pursuing an Master of Science in Business Analytics or an Master’s in Business Administration.
Tim also teaches the career management course for the Full-Time MS in Business Analytics program, providing students with the tools needed to manage their careers and seek rewarding jobs. Students develop a personal career search strategy, gain access to prospective employers and build a strong professional network through guest speakers and in-class events. Tim also advises many of our international students and helps them search for professional development opportunities in the United States.
Prior to coming to Northeastern, Tim held management roles in finance and economic consulting firms. He worked at Mercer Management Consulting, American Express, and The Brattle Group’s Securities & Finance Group.