Getting an Internship Edge

"Interviewing is an art. You have to get used to it," says the head of Emory's BBA Career Services

Ivy League alumni had better watch out for Emory University's undergraduate business majors, says Douglas Cooper, director of BBA Career Services at Emory. Undergrads at Emory realize they aren't coming from Harvard University or the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and need to work that much harder because of it. Cooper says Goizueta Business School graduates' raw intellectual skills and networking abilities -- emphasized in the career center -- help to give them an edge.

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