The Career Center promotes professional opportunities, oversees internships and mentors undergraduate, graduate and exchange students in pursuit of their educational and professional development goals.
- Registration and documentation of internships;
- Employability and remuneration surveys with students and graduates;
- Career Orientation;
- Mentoring program for undergraduate students;
- Disclosure of internship, trainee and job opportunities;
- Events related to employability:
- Career Meeting (Recruitment Fair); Career Week; Recruitment lectures; Career Workshops.
Opportunities are available on our page on the academic intranet or on school murals.
Where we are: Av. Nove de Julho, 2029 - 2nd floor.
Office hours: Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Contacts: 11 3799-7823 / 7912 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A global school in Latin America
As well as counting on FGV EAESP’s international recognition, you can obtain a second diploma at a partner university abroad, besides doing exchange and immersion programs.
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