Career Management

What you’ll learn:

The MSBA Career Management course provides a robust foundation for students as they begin to prepare for their next career opportunity. Through interactive lessons, individual reflection, and alumni engagement, students are empowered to strategically jumpstart their career journey, as they continue to hone the skills needed for career and life readiness.

Who you’ll learn from:

Sharron Vogler
Senior Associate Director, Market Readiness and Employment
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“Sharron Vogler is the Senior Associate Director of Market Readiness and Employment at Wake Forest University School of Business. She has taught and career coached WFU students for 8 years across all business programs including undergraduate degrees in finance, marketing, accounting, and mathematical business and graduate degrees in business analytics, management, accounting, and business administration. Before joining the Demon Deacs, Sharron worked in HR/recruiting, supply chain, operations, healthcare, and financial services. She brings her board certified coaching coursework and 20+ years of coaching, recruiting, and training experience to the classroom.

Sharron specializes in teaching, career coaching, resume writing, and networking. A networking expert, one of her favorite things is connecting students with the market through alumni connections and career opportunities in the business world. Currently she works with students in the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program. Over the past two years, she has taught networking skills, resume writing, interviewing strategies, and job search techniques to 170+ MSBA students.

Sharron is a proud graduate of Appalachian State University with a bachelor’s degree in art and a minor in marketing. A Winston-Salem native and parent of a young-adult college student, she loves helping WFU students grow, learn, and mature. When she is not teaching or coaching, Sharron enjoys traveling especially to the beach, exercising, taking care of her 2 fur babies, reading, and cooking. She looks forward to another semester teaching MSBA students strategic job search techniques to leverage their career opportunities.”

The Best Things About Career Management

  • Explore potential career options through career panels and networking opportunities
  • Connect your skills, interests, and values to career options in the marketplace
  • Build your personal brand through developing your resume, LinkedIn profile, and professional introduction

How you’ll learn:

Synchronous class once weekly

We will review and discuss concepts together in class and complete quizzes on the material.

Asynchronous class once weekly

You will work with well-developed asynchronous content as a class session once each week.

Asynchronous Materials

Class materials will be available online for asynchronous work and study.