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Finance Career Resources

Career Resources

The Finance department is fortunate to offer career consulting expertise from both the UGA Career Center and from the department's own career and professional advisor. Julie Rhodes has professional experience in investment banking, commercial banking, and venture banking. She is here to answer questions about your career options as well as your job and internship searches including: what you can do with your finance major; what the job descriptions on Handshake really mean; networking and interviewing advice; what to do when you are considering multiple job offers; other related topics. Julie uses a different appointment-scheduling system than SAGE. If Julie has appointments available, you can see them here.

Jasmine Moorman, our consultant from the Career Center, works with students on topics like resume building, mock interviews, and graduate school options. Please click here for a full list of skills Jasmine can help with and for information on how to meet with her. 

Finance majors should meet with both Jasmine and Julie early in their undergraduate careers. 

Undergraduate Student Services

For information related to networking and recruitment. The Office of Undergraduate Student Services in Terry College can tell you all about alumni panels, Employer of the Day, Terry Talks, New Student Welcome, mentorships, and many other opportunities to connect you with recruiters and alumni.

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UGA Career Center

For information related to résumés and interviewing. The UGA Career Center is your best resource for résumé writing tips, career fairs, business etiquette advice, mock interviews, and countless other opportunities for professional development.

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