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The Fullbridge Program equips graduates with the skills and confidence that make for a seamless transition into the workplace.
What sets The Fullbridge Program apart?
The Fullbridge Program prepares motivated, high-potential students to successfully transition from traditional education to the complex demands of the modern workplace. Through collaborative learning modules, personalized assessments and individual coaching, our program gives undergraduates a powerful portfolio of practical skills and a fluency in the basic language of global business. This important foundation applies to a wide range of professions, from well-established corporations to start-ups and nonprofits.
The Fullbridge Approach
Success at school is predicated on individual achievement, but in the working world, collaboration is required to get the job done. The transition to a team-focused work environment can be challenging for even the most accomplished student, so the Fullbridge Program places much-needed emphasis on this structure. Graduates learn by doing, acquiring a refined self-awareness and the confidence to take the initiative in any business environment.
The Fullbridge Program harnesses the collective knowledge and experience of world-class industry leaders, including professors at the world's top business schools and high-achieving peers, to provide a diverse and immersive learning experience. The curriculum also provides career vision and guidance, to help graduates envision a career trajectory in line with their personal passions and long-term goals.
The college labor market is widening and deepening. In 2012, it was projected that nearly 1.8 million bachelor degrees would be conferred on graduating seniors in the United States—a 38% percent jump in ten years.
— U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics
The Career Vision interactive group sessions were perfect. I liked how invested the coaches were in our desires. My career coach brought [things] out of me that I didn’t even realize was there.
— Phillips Mitchell, Johns Hopkins University ‘13