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Assistant Teaching Professor, Management and Entrepreneurship Department in the Ivy College of Business at Iowa State University
Career Services Job Seeker
“Doing the virtual interview was strange but comfortable. It's hard to get a sense of the people and place without being there in person but doing the interview at home had its advantages. There were more "backstage" opportunities to prepare myself and "turn off" for a minute. If I were interviewing in person, I would be doing that in a bathroom or in a corner somewhere. At home, I could snuggle with my cat in between meetings.”
Lauren A Taylor, PhD, MDiv
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Population Health, Grossman School of Medicine, New York University
Career Services Job Seeker
“I think the job market is always inherently stressful because it requires us to try on different versions of the future. We have to picture ourselves in different cities, with different colleagues, taking on different projects etc. And no matter how well it goes, the process generally requires us to let go of some versions of the future to which we’ve grown attached.”
Stacy M. Campbell
Executive Director - Scholars Program, Michael A. Leven School of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Hospitality, Kennesaw State University
Member since 2004
“…I wasn't very optimistic about the success we would have with this year's AOM Virtual Career Fair. However, once we started having our information meetings (and we had over 24 meetings), we were pleasantly surprised with our virtual career booth and the quality of candidates that we were able to connect with. Thanks.”
Assistant Professor, Old Dominion University
Member since 2007
"The staff and volunteers with the Career Services Center at the Annual AOM meetings were incredible. They treated every question I had with personal attention. They helped me laugh when it was a clear I was anxious and they provided clear and actionable advice when I needed more direct feedback. Simply put, they created a space for me to be myself without feeling judged.
Even in unusual circumstances, as during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Academy continues to offer a range of services for members seeking to advance their career possibilities.
Career Services links individuals seeking employment with prospective employers. AOM is not the employing organization and does not control the practices of employing organizations. However, individuals participating in AOM Career Services activities--whether recruiting or job seeking--are subject to the Academy of Management's Code of Ethics.