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About the Career Development Center

The Jack C. Massey College of Business Career Development Center is a comprehensive career services office specifically for current graduate and undergraduate students, as well as alumni, of the Massey College of Business. The Career Development Center provides a wide range of resources to assist students and alumni in conducting a job search or managing their current career. The mission of the Career Development Center is to help students and alumni explore career options, develop effective job search skills, and network with employers. The Center is located next to the elevator (in MBC 415) on the fourth floor of the Massey Business Center.

The Massey Career Development Center hosts 4 career fairs each year, with 150+ employers in attendance, as well as 20+ interview days for various internships and full-time positions. Additionally, the Center also works with students on building a customized career plan, providing individual advising sessions and workshops covering all aspects of the career development process, including resume reviews, job search strategy, and interview preparation. Individual sessions can be scheduled by contacting us by calling (615) 460-6947 or e-mailing

Services offered include:

Individual Career Advising/Coaching Job Search Strategy
Career Testing and Self-Assessment Tools Interview Training
Job/Internship Listings Exclusive Internet Resources
Resume Preparation

The Massey College of Business has incorporated career development into the curriculum for each year of undergraduate degree programs.

  • Freshman Year: MGT 1110 The Business Experience - An introductory business course designed to provide students with a framework for understanding the functional areas of business.
  • Sophomore Year: MGT 2000 Career Development Workshops - This interactive, hands-on course targeted to sophomores and first semester juniors is designed to prepare students for internships and ultimately full time job search. Course content includes resume preparation, cover letters, interview preparation, and personal branding.
  • Junior and Senior Year: MGT 3000 Cooperative Experience - Ths is a formal cooperative education assignment in which the qualifying student works with a participating business organization as an intern for selected period(s) of time. May be repeated, to a maximum credit of six hours.

Our staff:

  • Lori LeBleu
    Lori LeBleu
    Director of Career Development
    Specializes in the following majors/degree programs: PMBA, AMBA, MAcc, HCMBA, and Adult Degree Programs. Undergraduate Accounting, Business Systems & Analytics, Economics, Finance, and International Economics, as well as experienced alumni.
    Location: Massey Business Center 415
  • Chris Agans
    Chris Agans
    Assistant Director of Career Development and Internships
    Specializes in the following undergraduate majors: Entrepreneurship, General Business, Hospitality & Tourism Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, and Social Entrepreneurship, as well as young alumni. Oversees all undergraduate internships.
    Location: Massey Business Center 415

For more information about the Career Development Center Services, please call (615) 460-6947 or email