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Investing in Your Student

Find information and resources here to help you support your Kogod student during their first year at American University.

Career Development: Helping Kogod Students

For more information about any of these programs, contact the Kogod Center for Career Development at (202) 885-1908.

Recruit Kogod students

The Kogod Center for Career Development encourages parents to be active members in the career development of Kogod students, including recruiting, mentoring, and networking. Our office is excellent for sourcing and selecting high quality candidates (grad and undergrad), interns and employees, for your organization.

We encourage our parents to share their experiences from the world beyond American University in an informational as well as recruiting capacity. Current Kogod students rely heavily in the Kogod network and we welcome the opportunity to partner with you in our ever-growing community.

Participate in informational events for Kogod students

The Kogod Center for Career Development encourages students to participate in a variety of different informational events for students including industry days, basic career skill building and company information sessions. If you are in the area and would like to share your expertise, please let us know!

Host students at your office

The Kogod Center for Career Development visits NYC in October and January to expose students to various Finance and Marketing careers.  If you have corporate contacts in NYC, please consider sharing them for the upcoming NYC Career Development Trips.  Each Spring Break, K-LAB brings a group of students to a different city to explore careers during the annual Roads Scholars trip. This is a great opportunity to provide students an inside peek into corporate America.

FAQs for Parents

Use the link below to find answers to frequently asked questions.

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