Meet FEI's Career Services Department

May 2000
Financial Executive;May/Jun2000, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p56
Academic Journal
The article discussed the Career Services Department of Financial Executives International (FEI). The department can provide advice to FEI member on managing their careers, writing resumes and cover letters, and job hunting. Networking contacts are also available. Department manager Diane Albergo hopes to be more active in counseling members. INSET: Contact FEI Career Services.


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