Career Coach: John Malone

1. Come and see me – I am still having trouble posting hours in HireSmith for individual counseling appointments but want to see students in VMH 4360. Any time my door is open, knock and talk. I am here until 5:30 pm most days.   2. Beyond VMOCK – MS IS Resumes must tell the…

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What Got You Here, Won’t Get You Where You Want to Go The Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), Office of Career Services (OCS), and the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship* will host a session with Rania Habiby Anderson, international expert in the career and business advancement of women, author of the award-winning book…

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PwC Training Program – You Plus

PwC China has recently launched “You Plus”. You Plus is a separate program from CSI. It is a 1 year elite “MBA like” training program with tuition and targeting young career starters with 0-5 years of past working experience. The program’s target audience includes students that are in their last year of school pursuing a…

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Upcoming Events

All Masters Students: English Skill- Building Session: Connected Speech: The Key to Understanding Spoken English-Spring 17 When: Fri, Apr. 28, 2017 12:30pm to 3:00 pm Where: 1411 VMH    International Virtual Career Fair    Date: 4/19/2017 8:00 PM – 11:59PM  Location: Skype  Description:   Our China partners are interested in speaking to YOU! The Smith School…

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Career Tips for Terps

  The Best Accounting Career Advice Straight From Accountants Don’t Be Scared Off By Numbers If you’re interested in accounting but wouldn’t consider yourself a “math nerd,” don’t despair — accountants today are so much more than number crunchers, especially now that they have fancy computers and digital tools to munch most of the numbers…

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New Job Postings

Company Name Job Title Application Deadline Job Type Cardinal Education Cardinal Education Scholars Program Manager 4/23/2017 11:59 PM Full-Time Cardinal Education Cardinal Education Scholars Program Manager 4/23/2017 11:59 PM Full-Time Capital Health Group, LLC Analyst/Associate 4/25/2017 11:59 PM Full-Time Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor 4/27/2017 11:59 PM Full-Time Kaiser Permanente  Associate Consultant 4/28/2017 11:59 PM Full-Time…

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Industry News



Faced with the revelation that six of its auditors had improperly received advance information from an employee of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board about up upcoming inspections of the firm, KPMG yesterday announced that it was replacing its top auditor, Scott Marcello and four other audit partners. (CFO)

Information Systems

After three years of litigation, Neiman Marcus has agreed to pay $1.6 million to settle a class action over a security breach that exposed the credit card information of about 350,000 customers. (CFO)

Supply Chain Management

Manufacturing is having a moment. Optimism on Wall Street and rising levels of consumer and business confidence have put manufacturing squarely back into growth territory. One index that tracks global manufacturing performance, the JPMorgan Global Manufacturing PMI, is the highest it’s been since 2011. Production growth rates are at a three-year high. So is the rate of expansion in new orders. And factory payrolls are growing faster than they have in over five years.By all indications, 2017 is shaping up to be a growth year for manufacturing. But a few concerns lie underneath the good news. Average input prices are rising and supplier delivery times are longer. While this is typical of growth pressures on the supply chain, it also underscores the challenges. (Industry Week)

Market analysis

The first quarter marked a relatively strong start to the year for initial public offerings of U.S. companies, helped in particular by the IPO of social media darling Snap. Twenty-five companies raised $9.9 billion through IPOs in Q1, the most money in a first quarter in three years. The number of companies that went public was the highest in two years, says Renaissance Capital, the global IPO research firm and investment adviser.(CFO)


Hard on the heels of the bankruptcy filing of its U.S. nuclear power unit, Toshiba has warned that it may not be able to stay in business. The warning came as the ailing Japanese conglomerate released unaudited third-quarter results showing it lost 648 billion yen ($5.9 billion) and projected a 1.01 trillion yen ($9.2 billion) for the full year ended in March. (CFO)


New MSIS Coach, John Malone!

John is an alumnus (2015) of the Smith MSIS program, as such he brings direct personal knowledge of the curriculum and relationships with Smith faculty and program staff to his role as MSIS career coach. For the past 13 years including his time at Smith, John has owned an IT Consulting and Managed Services firm…

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MSA Professional Speaker Series

This month’s professional speaker series brings you a Maryland Accounting Alum, Joseph Statter.  Sign up for this event at HireSmith and hear about Jospeh’s professional career and advice. JOSEPH STATTER, EVERGREEN ADVISORS CAPITAL Joe is President of Evergreen Advisors Capital and oversees our Metropolitan Washington Office of Evergreen Advisors in Tysons Corner. Over the course…

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